Table 2 Table 2 [Version edited from original; see note below Table.]

List of populations used in this study. Population codes are given, as well as sample size, number of U6 haplotypes detected, percentage of U6 in the sample, and the relative frequency (%) of the three U6 sub-groups.

Group
Population
Name
sample
HapU6
U6(%)
U6a(%)
U6b(%)
U6c(%)
References
(See Original Article)

EAST (E)










Arab Bedouin
ABD
29
1
2 (7)
-
2 (100)
-
22

Egyptians
EGY
67
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
46

Ethiopian
ETI
74
3
3 (4)
3 (100)
-
-
14

Iraqi
IRQ
116
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
47

Ashkenazic Jew
JAS
78
2
3 (4)
3 (100)
-
-
14

Bukharan Jew
JBU
33
1
1 (3)
1 (100)
-
-
14

Ethiopian Jew
JET
48
1
1 (2)
1 (100)
-
-
14

Kikuyu
KIK
24
1
2 (8)
2 (100)
-
-
48

Palestinian
PAL
109
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
47

Syrians
SYR
69
2
3 (4)
3 (100)
-
-
47
      Total E

647
9
18 (3)
16 (89)
2 (11)
-

WEST (W)









           Europe









Med. Center
MdC
302
1
1 (0)
-
1 (100)
-
47

Sicilian
SIC
106
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
13
           Iberian Peninsula (IP)

Andalusian
AND
397
7
10 (3)
8 (80)
2 (20)
-
9, 11, a

Cat and Arag�n
CAR
118
2
2 (2)
1 (50)
1 (50)
-
49

Castilla
CAV
38
1
1 (3)
1 (100)
-
-
11

Le�n
LEO
61
1
1 (2)
1 (100)
-
-
11

Galician
GAL
135
3
3 (2)
1 (33)
2 (67)
-
12, 50

Maragatos
MRG
49
2
4 (8)
1 (25)
3 (75)
-
11

Portugal Center
PC
162
2
3 (2)
3 (100)
-
-
10, 12

Portuguese
PCR
54
2
3 (6)
2 (67)
1 (33)
-
a

North Portugal
PN
184
6
8 (4)
5 (63)
3 (38)
-
10, 12

Santander
SAN
88
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
38
      Total IP

1286
18
36 (3)
24 (67)
12 (33)
-

           Islands









Canarian
CAN
300
11
53(18)
4 (8)
39 (74)
10 (19)
19

Cabo Verde
CV
315
5
6 (2)
6 (100)
-
-
51, a

Madeira
MAD
96
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
a

Sao Tom�
SAT
50
1
1 (2)
1 (100)
-
-
52
      Total Islands

761
15
61 (8)
12 (20)
39 (64)
10 (16)

           West Africa (WA)

Algerian Berbers
BAL
86
5
25 (29)
24 (96)
1 (4)
-
9, a

Ifrane Berbers
BIF
46
7
9 (20)
8 (89)
1 (11)
-
14

Moroccan Ber.
BMO
213
11
15 (7)
11 (73)
1 (7)
3 (20)
4, 14, 53, a

Fulbe
FUL
60
2
2 (3)
1 (50)
1 (50)
-
48

Mauritanian
MAU
64
4
11 (17)
11 (100)
-
-
4, a

Moroccan
MOR
56
6
11 (20)
8 (73)
-
3 (27)
4, a

Saharan
SAH
37
2
3 (8)
3 (100)
-
-
4, a

Mandenka
SEM
119
1
1 (1)
1 (100)
-
-
54

Wolof
SEW
48
2
2 (4)
1 (50)
1 (50)
-
4

Songhai
SON
10
1
2 (20)
2 (100)
-
-
48

Tuareg
TUA
23
1
1 (4)
1 (100)
-
-
48
      Total WA

762
27
82 (11)
71 (87)
5 (6)
6 (7)

          
AMERICA










Brazilian
BRA
247
2
4 (2)
4 (100)
-
-
16

Cuban patients
CUB
4
1
3 (75)
-
3 (100)
-
15


TOTAL
56
206
128(62)
62 (30)
16 (8)






[Note, emphasis and/or editorial discussion has been added in places through the use of bolding, italics, [], and/or colored highlighting or text, together with links to commentary found in the article "The Phoenician Hypothesis: An mtDNA Note re the phylogeographic occurances of mtDNA Haplotype U6b as related to the Results found in testing of FTDNA Kits #6582 and #24245" at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~donegalstrongs/u6b.htm ]
The above Table is an edited reproduction of Table 2 as found in the original study:

"Mitochondrial DNA transit between West Asia and North Africa inferred from U6 phylogeography", by Nicole Maca-Meyer1 , Ana M Gonz�lez1 , Jos� Pestano2 , Carlos Flores1 , Jos� M Larruga1 and Vicente M Cabrera1; of the
1Departamento de Gen�tica, Facultad de Biolog�a, Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife, SPAIN
2Laboratorio de Gen�tica, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Gran Canaria, SPAIN
Published in BMC Genetics 2003, 4:15
doi:10.1186/1471-2156-4-15
The complete electronic version of this article can be found online at:
http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2156/4/15
Received 8 July 2003
Accepted 16 October 2003
Published 16 October 2003

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