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What is the Atlantic Modal Haplotype?

Some Y-DNA haplotypes occur more frequently in certain parts of the world. For example, people whose ancestors are from the western coast of Europe often share in common a small group of Y-STR markers, which is called the Atlantic Modal Haplotype.

The Atlantic Modal Haplotype is tied to the R1b haplogroup and is characterized by these Y-STR markers:

DYS19 = 14

DYS388 = 12

DYS390 = 24

DYS391 = 11

DYS392 = 13

DYS393 = 13

More information about the Atlantic Modal Haplotype can be found in Wilson et al. (2001).

 

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