I seem to have landed on the mitomap.org site, but I don't know what to make of it or what do with it / how to get the genomes onto my computer. It sounds like the genomes are stored in GenBank, but that mitomap simply lists which of the GenBank genomes are human mitochondrial haplogroup genomes.
First of all, I can't find a simple list of links or list of names of the haplogroups the mitomap has... Can you show me where I can get or download that? They say:
This brings our total number of FL sequences to 51,673, and the number of CR sequences to 74,660. Our SNVs now total 19,227.
I don't know what FL or CR (Control Region sequences?) means, but I am expecting to see lists of genomes or something. What am I to do with this information? Where do I find this data? Is this it? If I click on one of the results, I see this. It has path
nuccore/MT742594.1, can I find this in some NCBI FTP server somewhere? I don't see anything of that folder structure in the GenBank FTP server...
Basically my question is:
- Where is the complete list of human mitochondrial haplogroup genomes?
- Where can I download all of those human mitochondrial haplogroup genomes so I can get them onto my computer?