100,000 haplotypesEleven years ago we have launched the online version of the YHRD database. Since then, the number of submissions has increased steadily. Now, at February 10, 2012 we have exceeded the line of 100,000 Y chromosome haplotypes. The lucky chromosome stems from a Central Mongolian Khalk man kindly submitted by the Biology Laboratory, Mongolian National Institute of Forensic Science, Ulaanbaatar 210646.P.O.B-611, Mongolia YC000231. Further submissions from Belgium YC000108, Tunisia YC000210, Italy YC000029, China YC000192 and Pakistan YC000226 have been gratefully received and bring the total number of haplotypes to 101,055. More than 40,000 of these are typed for the maximum of 17 loci, more than 9,000 for phylogenetic SNPs.
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