B. G. Potrafki

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Sera of 541 unrelated Germans from the Cologne area were examined for their Pt and C3 types. There was correspondence between Pt A and C3 F, Pt AB and C3 FS, and Pt B and C3 S in 537 sera. C3 variants F0.65S, F0.6S, F0.5S were determined as Pt AB, C3 F0.55S was determined as Pt B. The question of possible identity and the methods used are discussed. 541(More)
Among 39 members of a family (“FES”) 11 were found to have the rare C3 variant F0.65. In sera of 4 of 9 members in a second family (“Wt”) the rare C3 variant F0.5 could be detected. Variant-typing was performed on enlarged photographs of electrophoretic runs in which 5 known rare variants were used as reference sera. Typing was carried out by graphic means(More)
Red cell glutamic-pyruvic-transaminase was established by horizontal starchgel-electrophoresis. 1148 Germans from the Cologne area were examined, but only in 397 cases the results were clearly interpretable. This fact was atributed to a decrease of GPT-activity in aged blood samples. No rare variants were detected. The following gene-frequencies were found:(More)
Phenotypes of the red cell NADH-diaphorase were established amongst 1008 non related Germans from the Cologne area (564 females and 444 males). The following NADH-diaphorase types were identified: 991xDia 1-1, 4xDia 2-1, 1xDia 2-2, 5xDia 4-1 and 7xDia 5-1. Concerning the western German population the following gene frequencies were calculated: Dia1=0.9913,(More)
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