J1c5c

Carlos

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Hi, I have information about the mutation of mitochondrial DNA J1c5c?
 
Even if you are not from the Basque Country, one thing is for certain. J1c was Mesolithic Balkans whom got absorbed by Neolithic Farmers/Herders. A Neolithic arrival to Spain would give J1c5c might give an Ancient Iberian origin; J1c5 is found all over Europe.

http://www.eupedia.com/genetics/spain_portugal_dna.shtml#stone_age



My great great grandmother was originally from a small town Grazalema of Cadiz. The truth is that I have two match 12 chromosomes with someone of Navarra and Alava and one with someone from a population of Granada know suffered a sharp restocking after the expulsion of the Moors, and 8 match with people of Northern Ireland and Scotland 37 chromosomes because my test was to 37. Perhaps the case of a round trip.
 
I am J1C5C... I did a full mtdna HRV1, HRV2 and Coding Region test with FTDNA.

I am ethnic Albanian from near Kosova. My maternal line is from there too.

I found a full match with a Greek Proffessor. His maternal line was a Greek female from Turkey.

I was surprised that Eupedia puts J1C5C among Basques... as on the FTDNA it states my MTDNA group is found at 0.3% amongst Greeks/Italians (not enough Albanian tested but I assume it would be similiar numbers).
 
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