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Magnitude 2.5
Summary Haplogroup A (Y-DNA)
Criteria Gs146/criteria

In human genetics, Haplogroup A (M91) is a Y-chromosome haplogroup. Haplogroup A is found in the Southern Nile region & South Africa. It represents the oldest and most diverse of the human Y-chromosome haplogroups. It is believed to be the haplogroup corresponding to Y-chromosomal Adam.

This genoset is supposed to detect that, but since it also think's User:Daniel_MacArthur is part of this group it seems it needs some further adjustments.