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THE DUFFY BLOOD GROUP SYSTEM IN CAUCASIANS: EVIDENCE FOR A NEW ALLELE.
Multiplicity of genetic polymorphisms of blood in the Schmiedeleut Hutterites.
- M. Lewis, H. Kaita, +4 authors P. Mcalpine
- Biology, Medicine
- American journal of medical genetics
- 1 November 1985
Ninety-eight alleles in 38 polymorphisms of blood are identified in the Schmiedeleut Hutterites, a population with an estimated maximum of 124 ancestral genomes that is ideal for genetic linkage studies. Expand
The Diego Blood Group System
The presence of the blood group antigen Dia in Chippewa Indians in North America and in Japanese and its absence in 156 Eskimos of the eastern Canadian Arctic are reported. Expand
Some Blood Group Frequencies in a Caucasian Population *
The data here recorded have been gathered over the past year or so; they are the results of tests on unrelated “normal” adult Caucasian Manitobans and the gene and genotype frequencies are in close agreement with those calculated by ALLEN, LEWIS and FUDENBERG. Expand
Genetic linkage analyses of chromosome 9 loci ABO and AK1.
A genetic linkage analysis of chromosome 6 markers Chido, HLA, and glyoxalase.
Colton Blood Groups in Canadian Caucasians: Frequencies, Inheritance and Linkage Analysis 1
A linkage analysis of Co and 26 other loci indicates that Co is not closely linked to AcP1, ABO, AK1, Ch, Do, GLO, Gm, GPT, HLA, Hp, K, Lu, MN, PGM1 or Rh and does not lie between PGD and PGM 1 on chromosome 1. Expand
A new polymorphic enzyme, uridine monophosphate kinase: gene frequencies and a linkage analysis.
The Rh System
The authors produce evidence indicating that this is indistinquishable from heritable and deduce from that it is, therefore, identical with that gene that is Rh and favor the hypothesis that in this they are seeing the expression of a ‘gene of control’ and its effect on a ’gree of structure’ in the complex that isRh. Expand
A New Rh Antigen and Antibody
An antibody, anti‐Wiel, defining an antigen, Wiel, in the Rh system, was found in the blood of a white woman who had been sensitized by transfusion and possibly by pregnancy, and it is thought it may prove to be less rare in Negroes. Expand