Genetic variation of mitochondrial sequence-hv2 in Vietnamese populations

Do Manh Hung, Nguyen Hai Ha, Pham Nhat Khoi, Vu Phuong Nhung, Nguyen Van Phong, Nguyen Thuy Duong, Nong Van Hai, Nguyen Dang Ton

Abstract


HV1 and HV2, which located in control D-loop region of mitochondrial, are the hyper-variable parts of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Therefore, these two sequences were often used for evolutional and forensic science. In order to determine the genetic variation of populations belong to Nam-A and Nam-Dao language systems, we sequenced and analyzed the mtDNA HV2 region of individuals from four ethic groups: Kinh, Muong, Ede and Jarai which represent for those language systems. Study subjects are peripheral blood of 169 individuals belonging to four populations: Kinh, Muong, Ede and Jarai. HV2 regions were sequenced by Sanger sequencing. As a result, the analyzed mitochondrial control region sequences could be assigned to 79 different haplogroups, with the dominant proportion of three haplogroups: R, B and F. Donors representing Kinh or Muong population revealed higher haplogroup composition variation in comparison with those affiliated with Jarai or Ede. In addition, it was indicated that the 4 populations shared the genetic analogy with other populations inhabited in Southeast Asia and South Asia.

 


Keywords


D-loop, HV2, haplogroup, languague system, mitochondrial DNA.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v38n2.7071 Display counter: Abstract : 163 views. PDF : 288 views.

 

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