|Y-DNA Haplogroup P and its Subclades - 2018|
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Newly confirmed in 2018 within subclade
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^ Indicates a next-generation sequencing entry which does not yet meet quality guidelines for minimum number of reads.
^^ Indicates an entry which does not meet quality guidelines but may be helpful.
~ Indicates only an approximate location on the tree.
|The criteria for a representative SNP printed in bold for a subclade is: traditional usage, testing done in multiple labs, and/or being found in the area of the chromosome used in recent research studies.|
|SNPs listed below in italics (colored black or red) are quality variants from next-generation sequencing reports consistently showing as representing that subgroup.|
|DID YOU NOTICE that the items in gray sometimes have a long name preceding their listing that is the same as just above? In this situation, evidence seems to indicate they also seem to belong to the same subgroup, but some confirmatory evidence is not yet available.|
Contact Person, Haplogroup P:
|P or K2b2||P295/PF5866/S8, F91/PF5862/V231|
P~ or K2b2~
|CTS196/PF5845, CTS216/M1184/PF5846, CTS655/M5586/PF5858, CTS1907/M1204/PF5894/YSC0001257, CTS3135/M1206/PF5898, CTS3358/M1210/PF5900, CTS3446/M1211/PF5902, CTS3697/M1212/PF5904, CTS3736/M1213/PF5905, CTS3775/M1214/PF5906, CTS3813/M1215/PF5491, CTS3861, CTS4437/M1109, CTS4944/M1218/PF5909, CTS5418/M1222/PF5912, CTS5673/M1225/PF5497/YSC0001285, CTS5808/M1226/PF5915, CTS5884/M1228/PF5917, CTS6948/M1231/PF5922, CTS7194/M1232/PF5923, CTS7244/M1233/PF5924, CTS7481/M1234/PF5926, CTS7604/M1235/PF5928, CTS7886/M1236/PF5929, CTS8356/M1237/PF5931, CTS8626/M1239/PF5934, CTS9162/L1185/M1241/PF5937, CTS9604/M1244/PF5942, CTS10081/M1249/PF5947, CTS10085/M1250/PF5948, CTS10168/M1149, CTS10348/M1252/PF5950, CTS10454/M1253, CTS10859/M1269, CTS12028/M1272/PF5977, CTS12524/PF5988, CTS12648/M1276/PF5512, F4/M1183/PF5991, F29/L821/M5579/PF5857, F83/M1185/PF5861, F115/M1189/PF5870, F180/M1196/PF5881, F212/M1198/PF5885, F313/M1219, F332/M1224/PF5914, F344/M1227/PF5916, F359/M1229/PF5920, F506/M1243/PF5940, F521/M1247/PF5944, F521/M1247/PF5944, F524/M1248/PF5945, F536/M1251/PF5949, F556/PF5951, F640/M1271/PF5975, F647/M1273/PF5978, F671/M1274/PF5981, F680/M1275/PF5984, F1660/PF5889, FGC285, L82/PF5972, M1160/PF5958, M1186/PF5864, M1187/PF5865, M1188/PF5869, M1190/PF5871, M1191/Y474, M1192/PF5872, M1193/PF5876, M1194/PF5878, M1195/PF5880, M1197/PF5883, M1199/PF5886, M1207/Y44, M1216/PF5908, M1240/PF5936, M1246/PF5943, M1254/PF6062, M1255/PF5952, M1256/PF5954, M1257/PF5955, M1258/PF6066, M1259/PF5956, M1260/PF5957, M1261/PF5959, M1262/PF5961, M1263/PF5964, M1264, M1265/PF5965, M1267/Y507, PF5481, PF5483, PF5511, PF5867, PF5882, PF5887, PF5888, PF5935, PF5982, PF5985|
P1 or K2b2a
|M45/PF5962, F1857/P337/Page83/PF5901, M74/N12/PF5963, P226/PF5879, P228/PF5927, P230/PF5925, P235/PF5946, P237/PF5873, P239/PF5930, P243/PF5874, P244/PF5896, P281/PF5941, P282/PF5932, P283/PF5966, P284|
P1~ or K2b2a~
|L138, L268/PF5983, L405/PF5990, L471/PF5989, L536/PF5860, L721/PF6020, L741/PF5960/YSC0000297, L768/PF5976/YSC0000274, L779/PF5907/YSC0000251, L781/PF5875/YSC0000255|
B253, Z33760, Z33761, Z33762, Z33763
Q or K2b2a1
R or K2b2a2
MUTATION INFORMATION AT VERY BOTTOM HERE
|Identical SNPs that were discovered separately are listed in alphabetical order, not necessarily in the order of discovery, and separated by "/". Examples: M74/N12, P27.1/P207, M207/UTY2, M306/S1.|
|Y-DNA haplogroup P, an offshoot of Haplogroup K2b, originated in Central or Eastern Asia some 35,000 years ago. Haplogroup P is best represented by its two immediate subclades, haplogroups Q and R, which expanded to become the dominant haplogroups in, respectively, the Americas and Europe.|
|P1-M45 has been found in n. Philippines, India, China (Maks, Ai Cham, Biao, Then, Uygurs, Tibetans, Hans), Taiwan (Pyuma), Indonesia (Batak, Malay, Minangkabau, Kaili, Alor), Iran (Bakhtiari, Arabs) Pakistan (Burushos), Melanesia, Jordan, Croatia, Romania (Szeklers), Scandinavia,|
(It is not clear that all these men were verified negative for the haplogroup Q subgroup).
|P2-B253 was identified in the Philippines (Agtas)|
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|P295||P or K2b2||PF5866; S8||rs895530||7963031||8094990||T->G|
|PF5866||P or K2b2||P295; S8||rs895530||7963031||8094990||T->G|
|S8||P or K2b2||P295; PF5866||rs895530||7963031||8094990||T->G|
|F91||P or K2b2||PF5862; V231||rs7892927||7628900||7760859||G->A|
|PF5862||P or K2b2||F91; V231||rs7892927||7628900||7760859||G->A|
|V231||P or K2b2||F91; PF5862||rs7892927||7628900||7760859||G->A|