I saw that once too. Turns out I needed to login to Yahoo with the account I registered with the group.nifft9
Let's assume we have a mtDNA match with somebody across all three regions (HVR1, HVR2 & Coding Region) with a genetic distance of Zero (0). What does that tellnifft9
The cells in the top table is simply the count of the number of kits showing a combination of a given regions (groups of country of origin) and a given mtDNAjjlnv
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