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There are two hypervariable regions used in human mitochondrial genealogical DNA testing. HVR1 is considered a "low resolution" region and HVR2 is considered a "high resolution" region. Getting HVR1 and HVR2 DNA tests can help determine one's haplogroup.
HVR1 locations are numbered 16001-16568. HVR2 locations are numbered 001-574.
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