[Enzymatic study of esterase-D in cadaver blood].

  • Kh Peev
  • Published 1980 in Eksperimentalna meditsina i morfologiia


Two hundred and sixty cadaver blood hemolysates were examined. Death had occurred from several hours to 20 days before. The most common phenotype was EsD1 (in 83,46 per cent of the samples), followed by ESD2-1 (15--72 per cent) and EsD2 (0,77 per cent). The gene frequency of EsD1 was 0.9135 and of EsD2--0.0865. It was compared with the gene frequencies of… (More)


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