> If someone has used the term "haplogroups" to mean the result of RFLP
> analysis, I think it is a shame. To me this term would mean something
> like a clade of haplotypes...
I picked up the term from the MITOMAP site
My question still remains -- is there a way to infer haplogroup from
polymorphisms in the hypervariable region? They seem to be two
different approaches but shouldn't a given mitotype correspond with a
specific haplogroup? I'm curious about the way Oxford Ancestors
http://www.oxfordancestors.com generates their charts, with "clans"
being named for the letter of the haplotype and the HVR-1 sequence
reported below the chart.
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