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Plasminogen polymorphism (PLG) has attained considerable importance in forensic hemogenetics. PLG comprises two common, codominant autosomal alleles, PLG*A and PLG*B, more than 18 variants, and the silent allele PLG*Q0. Isoelectric focusing followed by functional or immunochemical detection seems to be the optimal method for the determination of phenotypes.(More)
The accumulation of the homozygous plasminogen (PLG) variant A3 in 4 siblings of a family led to the detection of 5 cases of apparent inverse homozygosity of PLG phenotypes which seemed to exclude paternity. Determination of 22 blood group markers and HLA typing, but under exclusion of PLG phenotypes, confirmed paternity in all cases (biostatistical(More)
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