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Serum haptoglobin types and leukemia
SummaryHaptoglobin types were determined on 211 patients with leukemia of the four most common types: acute lymphatic (ALL), chronic lymphatic (CLL), acute myeloid (AML), and chronic myeloid leukemiaExpand
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HLA polymorphism in Israel. 9. An overall comparative analysis.
HLA gene frequencies in 11 Israeli populations and nine other relevant populations were used to calculate genetic distances in a quantitative assessment of their similarities and differences. TheExpand
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Genetic studies on the Gc subtypes
SummaryGc subtypes were determined by immunofixation isoelectric focusing. In a family study involving 93 families with a total of 176 children, a three-allele model with six genotypes was confirmed.Expand
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Genetic blood markers in Arab Druze of Israel.
  • S. Nevo
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 October 1988
A sample of 153 individuals from a Druze village, in northern Israel, was typed for the following genetic markers--ABO, MNSs, Rh, P, Kell, and Duffy in the blood groups AcP, AK, ADA, EsD, GL01, ICD,Expand
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Orosomucoid (ORM1) polymorphism in Arabs and Jews of Israel: more evidence for a middle eastern origin of the Jews.
A study of 8 Israeli population groups for the ORM1 polymorphism included 1242 serum samples: 156 samples from Arab Moslems, 139 from Arab Druzes, and 947 from 6 Jewish groups. The two most frequentExpand
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Acid Phosphatases of Human Red Cells: Predicted Phenotype Conforms to a Genetic Hypothesis
Analysis of data from 80 families and 369 unrelated individuals confirms the hypothesis that human red cell acid phosphatase phenotypes are determined by three codominant alleles at a singleExpand
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Km typing with PCR: application to population screening.
The immunoglobulin kappa light chain (IgK) locus may play a significant role in the pathology of both infectious and autoimmune diseases. Most of the work on IgK genetics has been conducted usingExpand
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Association between response to typhoid vaccination and known genetic markers.
  • S. Nevo, H. Sutton
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of human genetics
  • 1 September 1968
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Serum protein polymorphisms in Arab Moslems and Druze of Israel: BF, F13B, AHSG, GC, PLG, PI, and TF.
We report results of typing two population samples, Israeli Arab Moslems and Arab Druze, for seven serum protein genetic variants. Data are presented in comparison with results for the same markersExpand
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Protease inhibitor subtypes in some population groups from Israel.
  • S. Nevo
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Human heredity
  • 1987
Results of protease inhibitor (PI) subtyping on polyacrylamide gel isoelectrofocusing of 599 Israeli non-Jews and 1,393 Israeli Jews are recorded. A discriminant analysis (DS) was performed onExpand
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