When you look at the Haplogroup that has been assigned to you, it's important to know that the detail of the results will depend on which of the markers show up as positive when testing your DNA sample.
Each company will select markers based on certain criteria, datasets and so can sometimes deliver differing calls.
The markers on our custom Sirius chip have been chosen to provide better representation in a wider range of global populations, allowing us to give results to a wider section of people and to make sure that we are providing our customers with the latest science.
The version 2 Sirius chip contains 759,757 autosomal markers, 15227 X-chr markers, 34216 Y-chr markers, and 3982 mtDNA markers.
But even with all those markers being included it may mean that there are a few cases we are not able to assign a Subclade or take you as far in to the tree as you may expect. In these cases, we will assign the relevant branch in your Haplogroup only.