Comparison Between the Y-Chromosome STR Profiles of Hughes de Bourbon and Other Members of the House of Bourbon

International Journal of Sciences, Vol. 3(2), 2014

7 Pages Posted: 8 Jul 2017

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Gerard Lucotte

Institute of Molecular Anthropology

Bruno Roy-Henry

Institute of Molecular Anthropology

Date Written: Febuary 4, 2014

Abstract

We have obtained a high resolution Y-chromosome STR profile of Hughes de Bourbon, the French living male descendant of the Naundorff ’s family. This STR profile was compared to those of three members of the House of Bourbon recently published (Larmuseau et al, Eur J Hum Genet 2013 ; oct.9). In our own system of comparison based on 27 STRs, the Hughes de Bourbon profile is very similar to those of the other de Bourbon published, differing from them by six mutations only. Hughes de Bourbon had also the same STR of sub-terminal differentiation (S21), and belongs to the Y-subhaplogroup R1b1a2a1a1. These datas are sufficient to include Hughes de Bourbon as a member of the House of Bourbon.

Keywords: Y-Chromosome Haplotype, Members of the de Bourbon Family, Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms, SNPs, Short Tandem Repeats, STRs

Suggested Citation

Lucotte, Gerard and Roy-Henry, Bruno, Comparison Between the Y-Chromosome STR Profiles of Hughes de Bourbon and Other Members of the House of Bourbon (Febuary 4, 2014). International Journal of Sciences, Vol. 3(2), 2014, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2573698

Gerard Lucotte (Contact Author)

Institute of Molecular Anthropology ( email )

Paris, 75005
France

Bruno Roy-Henry

Institute of Molecular Anthropology

Paris, 75005
France

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