A G Bulanov

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Genetic markers have recently been found to be much more polymorphic than expected. Such extensive human polymorphisms may be partly explained by a number of genetic and environmental factors, including infectious diseases. Malaria, which was very widespread in the past and still poses a problem in many countries today, is a good candidate for research. The(More)
HLA typing was done on 2,956 healthy, unrelated individuals living in four areas in Bulgaria. Of these, 163 had G6PD deficiency. The persons examined lived in villages situated at different altitudes. A low degree of correlation was found only for HLA-A1, -Aw23, -Bw35 and -B40 in the selected group with G6PD deficiency. The decrease of phenotype frequency(More)
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