Based on the figure 6 of the publication (see below), the following Y-STR haplogroups were observed in the Kurdish village of 'Dokukoy': E3b, I1b1, I1b2, J1, J2a, R1a, and R1b in a total of 31 tested individuals from 'Dokukoy'. E1b and J2a are dominating in the Kurdish village, while R1b, R1a, I1b1, I1b2, and J1 are present but relatively low.
A closer look at the Y-STR values of 31 tested individuals from 'Dokukoy' (can be found in the supplementary information) reveals that a lot of cases of J2a are identical or have a very narrow star-like occurence, so maybe Gokcumen et al. just tested a lot of relatives. A even more extreme pattern can be seen in the data set of the village 'Gocmenkoy' (Residents of 'Gocmenkoy' identify themselves with the Afsar clan of the Oguz tribe). Thus, I will not use any of the calculated Y-haplogroup frequencies of this publication, they are misleading. Pictures are sometimes better than 1000 words:
Green, red, blue, and yellow indicate the 'Gocmenkoy', 'Dogukoy', 'Eskikoy', and 'Merkez' settlements, respectively.
What can be used from the publication are the variation of observed Y-STR values of the Kurds of 'Dogukoy'.
I will compare these observed Y-STR haplotypes with published data and databases, maybe these 'Kurdish haplotypes' are present in other populations as well. As a starter, just the Modal haplotype for haplogroup J2a in Kurds from 'Dogukoy':
|DYS 393||DYS 390||DYS 19||DYS 391||DYS 385a||DYS 385b||DYS 439||DYS 389I||DYS 392||DYS 389II||DYS 458||DYS 437||DYS 448||DYS 456||DYS 438||H4 GATA||DYS 635|
The closest matches at ysearch are (distance=6/17):
EJ7B6 (Xenofontov, Russia)
6WPPC (Y-DNA J2f-M67 MODAL HAPLOTYPE)
G8URM (CruzFajardo, Puerto Rico)
To be continued...