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List of mtDNA tools
- James Lick's mtHap utility A tool for checking and assigning mtDNA haplogroups on an individual basis. It provides a detailed assignment showing the SNP path and also gives a list of alternatives. The tool is usually updated within 24 hours of the release of each new Phylotree build. This is the most useful mtDNA tool for genetic genealogists.
- Doug McDonald's TMRCA calculator <--- Broken Link For instructions on using the calculator for mtDNA results see the article by Charles Kerchner An example of how to use TMRCA calculators for mtDNA test results
- Martin Richards' mtDNA mutation rate calculator <--- Broken Link
- mitoYDNA.org A crowdsourced Y-DNA and mtDNA database with tools and analysis.
- Haplofind The tool is described in: Vianello D, Sevini F, Castellani G, Laura L, Capri M, Franceschi C. Haplofind: A new method for high-throughput mtDNA haplogroup assignment. Human Mutations 2013 May 20. [Epub ahead of print]. This tool can be used for batch-processing mtDNA haplogroup assignments and will also analyse sequences for medically informative associations. It only accepts FASTA files.
- HaploGrep 2 <--- Broken LinkAn automated tool for determining haplogroups. The tool will accept VCF files from whole genome sequencing data. For details see the article by Weissensteiner et al (2016) on HaploGrep 2: mitochondrial haplogroup classification in the era of high-throughput sequencing
- Ian Logan's Haplogroup Finder
- Ian Logan's GENbank mtDNA sequence checker
- Ian Logan's mtDNA mutation computer model
- mtDNA Profiler The tool is described in: Yang IS, Lee HY, Yang WI, Shin KJ. mtDNAprofiler: A Web Application for the Nomenclature and Comparison of Human Mitochondrial DNA Sequences. Journal of Forensic Science. 2013 May 17. [Epub ahead of print]
- mtPhyl, a free software tool for human mitochondrial DNA analysis and phylogeny reconstruction
- Tom Glad's mtDNA analysis utility
- YFull The company maintains an independent mtDNA tree and offers an mtDNA analysis for a fee
- Felix Immanuel's Genetic Genealogy Tools