Release 34Finally we have created a new release! 2.669 new haplotypes from 24 populations have been submitted. Among these are for the first time data from Israel, the Palestinian Authority Area and Sudan. Altogether, the Y chromosome database now presents 693 population studies from 105 countries. 6.245 haplotypes of now 89.237 are classified by Y-SNP analysis for the haplogroup. With 112 binary markers 116 branches of the Y chromosome phylogenetic tree were detected. Hence, already roughly a third of the published clades is represented by at least one sample in the YHRD.
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