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The distribution of the human immunoglobulin allotypes
Introduction Gm haplotypes commonly present in various races Unusual phenotypes References cited in text Discussion of the tables
Gm3;5,13,14 and type 2 diabetes mellitus: an association in American Indians with genetic admixture.
In a sample of 4,920 Native Americans of the Pima and Papago tribes, there is a very strong negative association between the Gm haplotype Gm3;5,13,14 and type 2--or non-insulin-dependent--diabetesExpand
A GENETIC STUDY OF THE ANTIGENS ASSOCIATED WITH THE GM(B) FACTOR OF HUMAN GAMMA GLOBULIN.
Gammaglobulin groups (Gm and Inv) of various Southern African populations.
Data are presented on the distribution of the Gm and Inv groups in approximately 3500 individuals belonging to a number of diverse Southern African populations. The indigenous peoples show theExpand
Hereditary Globulin Factors and Immune Tolerance in Man
Eight nontransfused donors of antibodies against a hereditary γ-globulin factor lacked the factor, but each donor's mother had it. The probability that this is a chance observation is .00003. A ninthExpand
GLOBULIN POLYMORPHISMS IN MAN
Gm and Inv allotypes of some Sidamo Ethiopians.
  • A. Steinberg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 November 1973
One hundred and forty serum samples from Ethiopians from three tribes of the Sidamo group were tested for their Gm and Inv phenotypes. The Gm antigens 1,2,3,5,6,13,14,21 were determined on allExpand
The Production of Anti‐Gm Reagents by Rhesus Monkeys Immunized with Pooled Human Gamma Globulin 1
Five out of six rhesus monkeys immunized with pooled human 7 S gamma globulin which was Gm (a+b + x+c+), Inv (a+b+) produced anti‐human gamma globulin with Gm but not Inv specificity. The anti‐GmExpand
Population genetics of the human allotypes Gm, Inv, and A2m.
Genetic studies on Cochin Jews in Israel: 1. Population data, blood groups, isoenzymes, and HLA determinants.
The period in which Jews were first associated with Cochin and the Malabar coast was by tradition, after the destruction of the First Temple (586 BCE). Yet, the earliest evidence of JewishExpand
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