All Populations

Populations in DNA Consultants Database
Alphabetical by Name

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Aboriginal – Northern Australia (n=5378) Aboriginal – Northern Australia (n=586) Aboriginal – Western Australia (n=659) Afghan (n=130) Albanian – Italy (n=100) Albanian – Kosovo (n=136) Algerian Mozabites (n=88) Angolan – Cabinda  (n=110)
Angolan (n=102) Arab – Damascus, Syria (n=100) Arab – Damascus, Syria (n=119) Arab – Dubai (n=200) Arab – Moroccan (n=138) Arab – Syrian (n=121) Arabs (Palestinian & Related) (n=100) Argentinian – Buenos Aires (n=101)
Argentinian – Buenos Aires (n=143) Argentinian – Buenos Aires (n= 516) Argentinian – Chaco (n=56) Argentinian – Corrientes (n=43) Argentinian – Fomosa (n=78) Argentinian – Mendoza (n=290) Argentinian – Misiones (n=169) Argentinian – Neuquen Province (n=111)
Argentinian – Patagonian – Chubut (n=320) Argentinian – Patagonian – Rio Negro (n=593) Argentinian – Salta (n=83) Argentinian – Salta/Puna/Cobres (n=100) Argentinian – Santa Fe (n=562) Arizona- Hualapai and Yavapai Indians (n=52) Armenian- Ararat Valley (n= 105) Armenian- Gardman (n= 95)
Armenian- Sasun (n= 103) Armenian- Lake Van (n= 101) Armenian (n=404) Asian – Canadian (n=195) Asian – Northern Australian (n=225) Asian – U.S. (n=161) Asian – Western U.S. (n=108) Australian – Western (n=2645)
Austrian (n=222) Austrian – Salzburg Region (n=194) Bangladeshi – British Columbia (n=50) Bangladeshi (n=156) Bavarian (n=155) Belarusian – Northeastern Poland (n=212) Belarusian (n=176) Belgian – Flanders (Dutch) (n=222)
Belgian – Flemish (n=231) Belgian (n=100) Belgian (n=198) Belgium (n=206) Bhutanese(n=936) Black – Alabama (n=62) Black – Bahamian (n=81) Black – California (n= 100)
Black – Canadian (n=179) Black – Connecticut (n=182) Black – Florida (n=100) Black – Florida (n=50) Black – Illinois (n=78) Black – Jamaica (n= 122 ) Black – Kentucky (n=357) Black – Marion County, Indiana (n=190)
Black – Minnesota (n=157) Black – Minnesota (n=75) Black – New York (n=75) Black – North Carolina (n=383) Black – Texas (n=151) Black – Trinidad (n= 43 ) Black – U.S. (n=105) Black – U.S. (n=139)
Black – U.S. (n=195) Black – U.S. (n=200) Black – U.S. (n=258) Black – U.S. (n=3,927) Black – Virginia (n=100) Black – Virginia (n=194) Bolivian Bosnian (n = 210)
Bosnia and Herzegovina (n = 171) Brazilian – Amazon (n=100) Brazilian – Amazonian (n=100) Brazilian – Bahia (n=150) Brazilian – Belem Amazonians (n=325) Brazilian – Black – Florida (n=117) Brazilian – Cape Verde (n=107) Brazilian – Cape Verde (n=120)
Brazilian – Mato Grosso do Sul (n=158) Brazilian – Non-Black – Florida (n=104) Brazilian – Rio de Janeiro (n=300) Brazilian – Santa Catarina (n=160) Brazilian – Sao Paulo (n=93) Brazilian – Sao Paulo (n=113) Brazilian – White (n=100) Brazilian (n=18,233)
Brazilian (n=397) British Bulgaria (n= 205) California- Miwok Indians (n=33) Canada- British Columbia- Nootka Indians (n=9) Canada- Northwest Territories- Dogrib (n=6) Canada- Yukon Territory- Eskimo (n=11) Chamorros – Guam (n=97)
Chinese – Beijing (n=198) Chinese – Beijing-Han (n=201) Chinese – British Columbia (n=50) Chinese – Chao Shan (n=144) Chinese – Chengdu Han (n=101) Chinese – Hong Kong (n=247) Chinese – Hong Kong (n=284) Chinese – Hong Kong (n=325)
Chinese – Macau (n=87) Chinese – Singapore (n=209) Chinese – Western U.S. (n=98) Chinese Han – Chengdu (n=128) Chinese Han – Jilin (n=200) Chinese Han – Northern (n = 2211) Chinese Han – Shaanxi (n=203) Chinese Han – Sichuan Province (n=100)
Chinese Hui – Ningxia (n=100) Colombian – Andean, Amazonian, & Orinoquian (n=846) Colombian – Antioquia (n=400) Colombian – Bogata (n=150) Colombian – Boyaca (n=120) Colombian – Caribbean Coast (n=243) Colombian – North Pacific Coast (n=123) Colombian – Northeastern – Santander (n=99)
Colombian – South Andean Occidental (n=125) Colombian (n=1944) Costa Rican (n=260) Costa Rican (n=500) Croatia (n=105) Croatia (n=200) Czech (n = 1141) Czech Republic
Denmark (n = 200) Dubai (n=224) East Indian – Canadian (n=167) East Timor (n=186) Ecuadorian – Black (n=104) Ecuadorian – Kichwas (n=115) Ecuadorian (n=150) Egyptian Arab – Cairo (n=140)
Egyptian Berbers – Siwa (n=98) Egyptian Copts – Adaima (n=100) Egyptian Muslims – Adaima (n=99) El Salvadoran (n=228) El Salvadoran (n=296) England/Wales (n = 437) Estonia Equatorial Guinea (n=129)
Equatorial Guinea (n=134) Filipino – Guam (n=99) Filipino (n=106) Finland (n = 230) French France – North (n = 200) France – South (n = 335) France (n = 208)
German Germany (n = 662) Greece (n =208) Greek – Northern (n=318) Greek (n=143) Greek (n=205) Greek Cypriot (n=1475) Guatemalan Mestizo (n=200)
Guinea-Bissau (n=100) Guinea-Bissau (n=92) Hispanic – Arizona (n=117) Hispanic – California (n=105) Hispanic – Connecticut (n=187) Hispanic – Florida (n=100) Hispanic – Florida (n=120) Hispanic – Michigan (n=75)
Hispanic – Minnesota (n=151) Hispanic – Minnesota (n=290) Hispanic – Minnesota (n=75) Hispanic – New York (n=76) Hispanic – North Carolina (n=157) Hispanic – U.S. (n=140) Hispanic – U.S. (n=199) Hispanic – U.S. (n=210)
Hispanic – U.S. (n=497) Hispanic – Virginia (n=183) Hungarian (n = 4213) Hungarian – Ashkenazim (n=178) Hungarian – Vojodina (n = 291) Hungarian – Romani – Baranya/Debrecen (n=539) Hungary (n = 224) Hispanic- Southwest U.S. (n=105)
Iberian Peninsula – Andalusian (n=36) Iberian Peninsula – Basque (n=50) Iberian Peninsula – Basque Country (n=248) Iberian Peninsula – Catalans (n=50) India – Bhutia (n=75) India – Chitpavan Brahmin (n=67) India – Desasth Brahmin (n=107) India – Dhangar (n=80)
India – Golla (n=65) India – Gope (n=60) India – Indo-Caucasoid – Brahmin (n=110) India – Indo-Caucasoid – Kayastha (n=103) India – Indo-Mongoloid – Garo (n=110) India – Indo-Mongoloid – Meitei (n=105) India – Indo-Mongoloid – Naga (n=106) India – Karan (n=62)
India – Khandayat (n=62) India – Lepcha (n=48) India – Madras (n=103) India – Nepali (n=110) India – Northeastern – Bihar – Bhumihar Brahmin (n=65) India – Northeastern – Bihar – Brahmin (n=59) India – Northeastern – Bihar – Kayasth (n=53) India – Northeastern – Bihar – Rajput (n=58)
India – Oriya Brahmin (n=57) India – Pallar (n=33) India – Paraiyar (n=21) India – Tanjore Kallar (n=101) India – Vanniyar (n=87) Indian (n=148) Indonesian – Java (n=105) Iranian (n=93)
Iraqi – Kurdish (n=98) Iraqi (n=103) Ireland (n = 304) Israeli Jews (n=163) Italian (n = 441) Italian (n=1,541) Italian (n=223) Italian – Tuscany (n = 188)
Italian – Piedmont (n = 147) Italy (n=209) Italy (n=103) Japanese (n=526) Japanese – Central (n=164) Japanese – Eastern U.S. (n=79 ) Japanese – Kanagawa (n=110) Japanese – Kyoto/Aomori (n=172)
Japanese – Tokyo (n=650) Japanese – Western U.S. (n=75) Japanese (n=1350) Japanese (n=508) Japanese (n=594) Java (n = 60) Jewish (n=124) Korean – Western U.S. (n=63)
Korean (n=231) Korean (n=379) Korean (n=500) Latvia (n= 500) Libyan (n=103) Lithuania (n=140) Lithuania (n=300) Madagascar (n=67)
Macedonian (n=100) Macedonian Romani (Gypsy) (n=102) Majorcan Jews – Chueta (n=102) Malaysian – Chinese (n=210) Malaysian – Indian (n=209) Malaysian – Malay (n=210) Malaysian – Sarawak – Bidayuh (n=195) Malaysian – Sarawak – Iban (n=195)
Malaysian – Sarawak – Melanu (n=128) Malta (n=157) Melungeon (n=40) Mexican – Central region (n=679) Mexican – Chihuahua (North central )(n=161) Mexican – Hidalgo – Metztitlan (n=180) Mexican – Northeastern – Mestizo (n=143) Mexican – Nuevo Leon (n =143)
Mexico (Central) -Nahua-Atocpan or Otomi and Cuetzlan Indians (n=11) Mexico (Northern)- Tarahumara or Raramuri Indians (n=5) Mexico and U.S.- Cucupa/Cocobah Indians (n=11) Mexico and U.S.- Kumeyaay/Diegueno and PaiPai Indians (n=27) Mexico and U.S.- Kumeyaay/Diegueno Indians (n=15) Mexico- Baja California- Cochimi Indians (n=26) Mexico- Baja California- Kilwa Indians (n=13) Mexico- Nayarit and Jalisco- Cora (n=64)
Mexico- Nayarit and Jalisco- Huichol (n=30) Mexico- Sonora- Seri Indians (n=29) Mississippi- Choctaw Indians (n=7) Mongolia – Ulaanbaatar – Hmar (n=80) Mongolia – Ulaanbaatar – Lai (n=92) Mongolia – Ulaanbaatar – Lusei (n=92) Mongolia – Ulaanbaatar – Mara (n=90) Montenegro (n = 200)
Moroccan (n=205) Moroccan Arabs (n=80) Moroccan Berber – Asni (n=105) Moroccan Berber – Bouhria (n=104) Moroccan Berbers (n=48) Moroccan Berbers (n=50) Moroccan Berbers (n=64) Mozambique – Maputo (n=154)
Mozambique (n=110) Mozambique (n=92) Namibia – Windhoek (n=195) Native American – Alaskan Athabaskan (n=101) Native American – Alaskan Inupiat (n=109) Native American – Alaskan Yupik (n=100) Native American – Arizona – Apache (n=99) Native American – Arizona – Navajo (n=93)
Native American – Choles – Chiapas, Mexico (n=109) Native American – Florida (n=105) Native American – Lumbee (n=106) Native American – Michigan (n=29) Native American – Minnesota (n=100) Native American – Minnesota (n=191) Native American – Minnesota (n=203) Native American – Northern Ontario (n=63)
Native American – Northern Ontario (n=129) Native American – Salishan – British Columbia (n=104) Native American – Salishan (n=47) Native American – Saskatchewan (n=40) Native American – Saskatchewan (n=105) Netherlands (n = 231) Nepalese (n=953) Northern Ireland (n = 207)
North American – Native Americans (n=533) North African – Maghreb (n=59) Northern Australian – East Timor (n=141) Northern Australian – White (n=4850) Norway (n=202) Norwegian (n=1380) Omani (n=162) Omani (n=79)
Paraguayan (n=168) Peruvian – Mesa Redonda Lima (n=151) Peruvian (n=100) Poland (n = 206) Poland – Lodz (n = 1000) Polish – Central (n=430) Polish – Northern  (n=145) Polish – Northern (n=202)
Pakistani (n=220) Polish – Podlasie  (n=842) Polish – Podlasie (North East) (n=413) Polish – Southeastern (n=714) Polish (n=125) Polish (n=870) Polish (n=136) Polish (n=412)
Polish (n=870) Portugal (n = 150) Portuguese – Azores (n=100) Portuguese – Azores Archipelago (n=95) Portuguese – Central (n=114) Portugese – Madeira (n=100) Portuguese – Northern (n=108) Portuguese – Northern (n=200)
Portuguese – Northern (n=250) Portuguese – Northern (n=286) Portuguese – Northern (n=427) Portuguese – Porto region (n=39) Portuguese – White (n=146) Puerto Rican – Massachusetts (n=205) Romani(n=202) Romani – Northwestern Croatia (n=100)
Romani – Presov, Slovak Republic (n=276) Romania (n=243) Romania – Dobruja (n = 569) Romanian – Transylvania/Banat (n=219) Romanian – Transylvanian – Csango (n=220) Romanian – Transylvanian – Szekler (n=257) Russia – Altai Turkic (n=68) Russia – Altai-Kizhi Turkic (n=80)
Russia – Belgorod (n=66) Russia – Buryat Mongols (n=78) Russia – Chukchi (n=15) Russia – Evenk (n=14) Russia – Khaka (n=51) Russia – Khamnigan (n=95) Russia – Korean (n=49) Russia – Mongol (n=42)
Russia – Novgorod (n=59) Russia – Oryol (n=72) Russia – Pskov (n=62) Russia – Saratov (n=52) Russia – Sojot (n=29) Russia – Tofa Turkic (n=35) Russia – Tuva (n=80) Russia – Vody (n=60)
Russian (n=402) Russia (n=184) Rwandan – Hutu (n=52) Rwandan – Tutsi (n=63) Saharawis (n=59) Saudi Arabian (n=73) Sardinia (n = 125) Scotland – Highlands (n=228)
Scotland – Lowlands (n=494) Scottish – Strathclyde region (n=252) Serbian – Serbia/Vojvodina/Montenegro (n=100) Serbian (n=200) Serbia (n=100) Sicilian (n = 220) Singapore Chinese (n=184) Singapore Indian (n=177)
Singapore Malaysian (n=197) Singapore Malaysian (n =161) Slovak – Presov (n=276) Slovakia (n = 247) Slovakia – Abov-Gemer (n=1044) Slovakia – Saris (n=848) Slovakia – Spis (n=296) Slovakia – Zemplin (n=558)
Slovenia (n=207) Slovenian (n=193) Somalian (n=96) Samoa (n = 95) South African – Black – Capetown (n=98) South African – European – Capetown (n=98) Southeast Asian (n=115) South Dakota Sioux (n=5)
Spain (n = 449) Spanish – Andalusian (n=100) Spanish – Andalusian (n=114) Spanish – Balearic Islands (n=113) Spanish – Black – Central West African (n=132) Spanish – Canary Islands (n=138) Spanish – Canary Islands (n=240) Spanish – Cantabria (n=158)
Spanish – Extremadura (n=143) Spanish – Galicia (n=122) Spanish – Majorcan (n=103) Spanish – Minorcan (n=100) Spanish – Northeast (n=204) Spanish – Valencian (n=101) Spanish (n=342) Spanish (n=401)
Spanish Moroccan Arabs (n=47) Sweden (n = 424) Swedish (n=311) Swiss (n = 206) Switzerland (n = 402) Tanzanian (n=272) Taoyan – Taiwan (n=597) Taiwan – Ami (n = 79)
Taiwan – Atayal (n = 25) Thai (n=210) Thai (n=300) Tibet – Luoba (n=93) Tonga (n=51) Tunisian (n=196) Turkish (n=198) Turkish (n=310)
Turkish (n=500) Ukranian (n=900) U.S. Apache and Mojave Indians (n=88) U.S. Cherokee Enrolled (n=34) U.S. Chippewa Indians (n=22) U.S. Cherokee Admixed (n=62) U.S. Cherokee Admixed (n=92) U.S. Creek/Muskogean Indians (n=6)
Venezuelan – Caracas (n=255) Venezuelan – Maracaibo (n=203) Vietnamese – British Columbia (n=50) Vietnamese – Hanoi (n=178) Vietnamese – Illinois (n=108) White – Alabama (n=75) White – California (n=75) White – Canadian (n=164)
White – Canadian (n=293) White – Canadian (n=83) White – Connecticut (n=179) White – Florida (n=117) White – Florida (n=123) White – Kentucky (n=349) White – Maine (n=151) White – Marion County, Indiana (n=170)
White – Michigan (n=80) White – Minnesota (n=160) White – Minnesota (n=75) White – New York (n=71) White – North Carolina (n=372) White – Swiss (n=206) White – U.S. (n=102) White – U.S. (n=172)
White – U.S. (n=199) White – U.S. (n=200) White – U.S. (n=3,915) White – U.S. (n=302) White – Virginia (n=174) White – Virginia (n=99) Yemeni – Sanana (n=100) Yemeni (n=101)