Helligkorsgade, Kølding, DK (built 1589; photo from WikimediaCommons by User:Mahlum, 2006)
Danish Demes
a Regional DNA Project for Danish Americans and Danes around the World
Borches gård, Kolding, DK (built 1595; photo from WikimediaCommons by User:Mahlum, 2006)
 
Links Hub for mtDNA Results and Lineages
The Lineages and Results for the different haplogroups are on separate pages.
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mtDNA Haplogroups Represented in the Project
and Their Frequency (n tested at FTDNA + n tested elsewhere)
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H (20 + 3) J (2) K (7) T (7) U (13) V (4)
Individuals in different haplogroups have a zero probability of being closely related, so there is no point in keeping them together on the same page.
The Cambridge Reference Sequence (CRS) is arbitrarily designated as the standard against which all mtDNA sequences are compared, and subject test results are expressed as differences from the CRS.  In the hierarchical (evolutionary) tree of mtDNA haplogroups, the CRS turns out to be Haplogroup H2b.  The CRS also happens to be negative for the 519C mutation, which is otherwise very common, so the majority of tested individuals will have this mutation listed in the HVR1 region.
In the results tables, a darkened empty cell means the test was not ordered.  All HVR1 marker designations begin with "16___"; so, to save space and improve readability, I've dropped the 16 in the tables.  With regard to results, a letter in red indicates a mutation (a base has changed), a letter in green indicates a new base has been inserted, and a strikethrough indicates a base has been lost.
With regard to lineages, given names and patronymics are shown as Initial Caps, while surnames are shown in ALL-CAPS.  These surnames are the women's maiden names, not their married names.  Strictly speaking, women don't have surnames of their own.  They adopt their father's surname when their born, then adopt their husband's surname when they marry.  That's the reason there can be no mtDNA surname projects the way there are Y-DNA surname projects.
Names of the test subjects and any living parents or grandparents (etc.) are privatized, unless the test subject specifically requests that these names be given.
Your project admin recommends uploading your mtDNA results to MitoSearch.org, which can be done at your FTDNA member page (via the "MitoSearch.org" button under the "Tools" heading on your member page).
If you have tested your mtDNA FGS (Full Genetic Sequence) and you want the results shown on the web site, please contact me.
mtDNA Haplogroup Representation in the Danish Demes Project
Hg n Origin (Amt)
H 9 Aalborg, Århus, København, Haderslev, Hnørring, Holbæk, Skanderborg, Søro 
H1a1 1 København
H1c 1 DK
H1e 1 Haderslev
H2a1 4 Haderslev, Hjørring, Randers
H2a2 1 Nordfriesland
H2a2a 2 DK, Roskilde
H4a1 1 København
H5a1 1 København
H7a 1 Hjørring
H10 1 Ringkøbing
J 2 Vejle, Rinkøbing
K 2 Århus, København
K1a11 1 Haderslev 
K1c / K1c1 1 Aalborg
K1c1b 2 Hjørring, Holbæk
K1c2 1 Aalborg
T 1 native Dane
T1 3 Præstø, Ringkøbing 
T2 1 Hjørring
T2b 1 Præstø
U2 2 København, Vejle
U4 1 Præstø
U5 7 Haderslev, Maribo, Odense 
U5a1 1 Maribo
U5b2 1 Viborg
V 4 Holbæk, København, Odense, Vejle
Total 54  

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Memorial stone for King Erik I (c1060-1103), a.k.a., 'Erik the Good' or Erik Ejegod; Borgvold, Viborg Amt, DK (photo from WikimediaCommons by User:Calvin, 2007). Viking burial ground (700-1150 CE), Lindholm Høje, Aalborg Amt, DK (photo from WikimediaCommons by User:Bunnyfrosch, 2007).

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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