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Thread: I2a2 (I-M436): Germanic origin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkymon View Post
    I was given only the label I2a2 and I found on eupedia and wikipedia that it's also called I-M436. No, I have G allele. I will read more about haplogroups.
    Okay, so you probably have the typical East European version of I2a1b. 23andme needs to update their nomenclature of haplogroups.

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    You can see clearly which SNP is defined at 23andMe by going to ANCESTRY TOOLS -> HAPLOGROUP TREE MUTATION MAPPER
    After entering I2a2 it will give you:

    Paternal line (Y chromosome)

    I2a2 defining mutations
    variant call anc der
    i4000125 (M423) G A
    I2a defining mutations
    variant call anc der
    i4000184 (P37.2) T C

    So I2a2 on 23andMe clearly means M423, which is now I2a1b on ISOGG tree. However, you can find if you are Dinaric (L621) or Isles (L161) by checking your raw data. There are a number of threads on the 23andMe forum explaining that.

    I2a2, I2a2a and I2a2b, what do you have at rs9786274? If you have T, you are Dinaric or less likely Disles. If you have G you are probably Isles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastara View Post

    I2a2, I2a2a and I2a2b, what do you have at rs9786274? If you have T, you are Dinaric or less likely Disles. If you have G you are probably Isles.
    The search does not find rs9786274 in the pool, so I assume it wasn't tested. Anyway, thanks for explaining, I was curious since on Chromosome X it is shown for me as around 70% French&German, while this component misses from everywhere else. So I thought it could have been related.

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    How about the I2b1* (with the star)?

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    @Dorkymon: what data do you have (SNPs? STRs?)

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