The mtDNA – Migration Maps help you visualize your direct maternal ancestors’ historic and anthropological migrations. It shows general migration paths for the major haplogroups. Please note that the lines and arrows on this map […]
Advanced Matches allows you to compare genetic matching from multiple types of DNA tests: Family Finder, mtDNA, and Y-DNA, as well as filtering by X-matches. You may select filtering options in the filter (FILTER ADVANCED VIEW) section […]
You can download and print your mtDNA results certificate, migration map, and mtDNA informational document from mtDNA Downloads, which you can access from the mtDNA Print Certificates button on your dashboard.
mtDNA – Matches lists your mtDNA matches (if you have them) at each level you have tested. Only people who have opted in to matching are shown. The following information about your mtDNA matches is displayed: […]
mtDNA – Results (mtDNA – Mutations) shows your actual mtDNA results and mutations and displays the following information about your mtDNA: Haplogroup – This is your mtDNA haplogroup. Haplogroups are our place on the maternal tree tracing all […]
mtDNA – Haplogroup Origins allows you to view your mtDNA matches’ haplogroup information. For those who have tested HVR1 (mtDNA) or HVR1 and HVR2 (mtDNAPlus), only exact matches are shown. SmartMatching is also used to prevent […]
mtDNA – Ancestral Origins allows you to view your mtDNA matches’ ancestral information. The following information is displayed: Country – This is the maternal country of origin as reported by the individual customer. Your Matches – […]