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A genetic analysis of human urinary pepsinogen isozymes is presented. Nine discrete phenotypes were identified in a population survey of 215 unrelated Caucasian individuals. The phenotypes were characterized by differences among the staining intensities of the activated group I pepsinogens, Pg 5, Pg 4, Pg 3, and Pg 2. The genetic studies demonstrated that(More)
The distribution of Q-band heteromorphisms in three Kuwaiti communities is reported. Of particular significance is the finding of large-Y segregating at a very high frequency (61.9%) in the Ajman tribesmen; and the absence of small-Y in the two tribal communities. The large variation in size of the Y-chromosome may reflect a unique cytogenetic feature of(More)
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