|Summary||Mitochondrial Haplogroup H1c2|
This is the genoset for a mitochondrial DNA haplogroup. H1c2 is a subclade of H1c. It is found in Northern Europe.
H1c2 is defined by a C>T transition at 12858. Because the 23andMe V2 chip does not include the H1c criteria an H1c2 assignment with that SNP set should be considered only tentative.
- Defining SNPs for N
This will be set to require only one of these as confirmation of downstream N status.
- Defining SNPs for R
- C12705C, rs2854122(C;C)
Nether of these is on the 23andMe V2 Chip.
73A will be excluded downstream of HV as it frequently back mutates.
- Defining SNPs for HV
This is not on the 23andMe V2 Chip.
This will be set to require only one of these to confirm H status.
- Defining SNPs for H1
- G3010A, rs3928306(A;A)
- Defining SNPs for H1c
- Defining SNPs for H1c2
- C12858T, i4001275(T;T)
and( gs1001, rs3928306(A;A), i4001275(T;T), )