HgsDb: Haplogroups Database to Understand Migration and Molecular Risk Assessment
Y-Chromosomal Haplogroups Divergence in Different Geographical Region
Y-DNA Haplogroup Geographic Locations
  • Haplogroup A is found mainly in Southern Africa and represents the oldest Y-chromosome haplogroup. It is believed to be the haplogroup of Y-chromosomal Adam.
  • Haplogroup B is one of the oldest human Y-chromosome lineages.
  • Haplogroup C originated in southern Asia and spread in all directions.
  • Haplogroup E is one of the two branches of the mega-haplogroup DE.
  • Haplogroup G is a branch of the mega-haplogroup F.
  • Haplogroup H is a branch of the mega-haplogroup F.
  • Haplogroup I is a branch of the mega-haplogroup F and its subsequent mega-haplogroup IJ.
  • Haplogroup J is a branch of the mega-haplogroup F and its subsequent mega-haplogroups IJK and IJ.
  • The K lineage is an old lineage presently found only at low frequencies in Africa, Asia, and in the south Pacific.
  • Haplogroup L is found primarily in India and Sri Lanka, and has also spread into Western Asia.
  • Haplogroup M is from the South Pacific. It was likely born in Melanesia.
  • Haplogroup N is a branch of the mega-haplogroup K.
  • Haplogroup O is a branch of the mega-haplogroup K.
  • Haplogroup Q is one of two branches of the mega-haplogroup P.
  • Haplogroup R is one of the two branches of the mega-haplogroup P.
  • Haplogroup S is a branch of haplogroup K. It is from Southwestern Asia.
  • The haplogroup T lineage is an old lineage. It is found at low frequencies in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
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