G-M286

This is the home page for the men who have the M286 mutation (or predicted so).

M201
      P287
            P15
                 L1259
                       PF3146
                             PF3148
                                     PF3177
                                            M286
                                            L91
The diagram just above shows where M286 is located in the G Tree.  It is a
branch of PF3177 and younger than PF3177.   There is a page titled G-PF3177.
PF3177 is younger branch of PF3148 which is the mother group of PF3177.  Much 
more information is known of this overall PF3146 group and explained at G-PF3146 
on the left.  PF3146 is more recent than L1259 & P15 which are the mother groups of P3146.  
They cover more men. There is a separate page for P15, shown in the left tabs here 
as G-P15. But the page for the even older SNP, G-P287, covers yet more persons, 
and its page has extensive information about that broad group.  And finally these 
all belong also to P287's mother group, G-M201, which has even more information 
for that M201 mutation which is found in every single G man.

L91 is a sister group of M286, both branching independently from PF3177.

All M286 men tested at Family Tree DNA have a double DYS19 value as is common 
throughout the broader PF3146 group.  Some men in other PF3146 subgroups
have developed the same values and the double value ha become invisible in the
lab.  The low 12 value may have protected this subgroup from that problem.

Age of M286

Whole Y-DNA sequencing will give the most accurate information on the age of
M286 and branching within it.  Presently we have to make use of 67-marker
samples which become less and less reliable for periods increasingly far back
in town.  Presently we only have 67-marker samples from British Isles men.
They seem to share a common male ancestor who lived at least 3000 years
ago.   

Geographical Distribution of M286

In a study by Cinnioglu et al. in 2004, one P286+ man was found in 
Turkey.  This has been supplemented by a suspected sample from
Lebanon in the G Project.  But most of the existing samples trace to
British Isles ancestry.  These samples are few in number and may
have little relationship the M286 population in the world.

Origins of M286

When more samples are available info will be posted here.

Maps of M286 Men

A map of M286  project men is found at:
Look at top left of map and choose the M286 selections which are 30 or more
items down the list.

Source Information

There is only one known study that tested for and found M286 men

Cinnioglu and others in 2004 found the first P286 sample ever in Turkey:

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00439-003-1031-4#page-1


Results from Research Studies  

                                                                                                                                     Marker designations in blue

Kit No.SurnameAncestral.origin
 
Haplo
Code
 
YSearch
Link
39339019
(394)
391385
a
385
b
426388439389
i
392389
ii
458459
a
459
b
455454447437448449464
a
464
b
464
c
464
d
464
e
464
f
460GATA
H4
YCA
IIa
YCA
IIb
456607576570CDY
a
CDY
b
442438531578395
S1a
395
S1b
590537641472406
S1
511425413
a
413
b
557594436490534450444481520446617568487572640492565441461463445452YGATA
A10
YGATA
H4.1
462GGAAT
1807
635
 
ResearchStudy
1 sample
Turkey 
FULL
 
15221510111212131130
                     The research study is Cinnioglu (see above)

Special Testing

The following  have the following results for newer, poorly defined SNP mutations:   
                                            + means positive, - means negative
 
L190- Ward
L293- Wells
L91-    Wells

         more info about these SNPs can be found at:
                   type L1325, for example, in the Landmark box.  After searching, look
                               for the small L1325 in the colored area and click on it.

                                     

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