Eastern Turkic data taken fromA_dynamic_6000-year_genetic_history_of_Eurasias_E
Western Turkic data are obtained from 137 ancient human genomes from Eurasian steppes, including genomes of Turks (2), non-Turkic core (1), Karluks (1) and Kipchaks (1).
Data for Uyghurs (Uighurs) taken from A_dynamic_6000-year_genetic_history_of_Eurasias_E
Diversity of Y-chromosome haplogroup in Khazar burials of southern Russia
From comparison, Western Turks and Khazar Turks are closest, with R1a as main one. The Huihe data is quite special, with a high proportion of R1b, and this R1b comes from vicinity of Huihe kingdom. R1b1a2a2-CTS1078 is suspected to be of Huihe Khan type.
Note to author:
Eastern Turkic data contains 2 C2-F1756 from "Zhanheshuo" region of Outer Mongolia. N1a1 - grave of an envoy in Tang dynasty. The epitaph shows that person has surname Pugu; in Western Turkic there is one O, and an individual O1b-F838. The autosomes are half East Asian in origin, while maternal mitochondria are Western.