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This has been studied but the results are inconclusive. Native Americans are predominantly belonging to type O today. However, since there may have been a population loss from European diseases up to 90%, this could represent a die-off of blood groups A and B and not necessarily represent the source population.

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Haplogroup X 890 Archaic 10-Nov-19 00:46
Re: Haplogroup X 238 AndyBlackard 10-Nov-19 22:03
Re: Haplogroup X 193 thirdpal 13-Nov-19 17:51
Re: Haplogroup X 174 AndyBlackard 14-Nov-19 17:30
Re: Haplogroup X 145 Archaic 14-Nov-19 21:39
Re: Haplogroup X 163 Spiros 15-Nov-19 15:46
Re: Haplogroup X 128 AndyBlackard 18-Nov-19 19:43
Re: Haplogroup X 105 Spiros 20-Nov-19 15:24
Re: Haplogroup X 109 AndyBlackard 21-Nov-19 12:55
Re: Haplogroup X 126 AndyBlackard 18-Nov-19 19:40
Re: Haplogroup X 107 Archaic 24-Nov-19 02:14
Re: Haplogroup X 93 AndyBlackard 24-Nov-19 22:41
Re: Haplogroup X 97 Glass Jigsaw 25-Nov-19 01:28
Re: Haplogroup X 133 Glass Jigsaw 19-Nov-19 02:15
Re: Haplogroup X 155 AndyBlackard 19-Nov-19 15:14
Re: Haplogroup X 108 Glass Jigsaw 20-Nov-19 16:44
Re: Haplogroup X 112 Susan Doris 20-Nov-19 15:48
Re: Haplogroup X 116 AndyBlackard 21-Nov-19 14:48
Re: Haplogroup X 120 Glass Jigsaw 21-Nov-19 18:45
Re: Haplogroup X 125 Susan Doris 22-Nov-19 12:03
Re: Haplogroup X 161 CJD1965 25-Nov-19 02:03


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