Focusing on European population genetics and modern anthropology.
Come on! Post about this research!-http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1872497313001853Good day.
I've seen that study, but it looks really basic. It doesn't even break down R1a into M458, Z280 and Z93.
Dear David, If don't mind telling what is your Y-DNA mutation?Good Day.
It's R1a, of course. Of Indo-European, and most certainly European origin.
Thank you! so we are brothers;) but which specific mutation Z282,Z284 or M458?I belong to the Brahmin group Which has the % of R1a at above 70% and Coalescent time of around ~11.5ky.Good Day.