Common and uncommon immunoglobulin haplotypes among Lebanese communities

@article{Lefranc2004CommonAU,
  title={Common and uncommon immunoglobulin haplotypes among Lebanese communities},
  author={G. Lefranc and L. Rivat and J. Serre and J. Lalouel and G. Pison and J. Loiselet and C. Ropartz and G. Lange and E. Loghem},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={197-209}
}
SummaryAllotypes of IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgA2 subclasses were investigated in seven Lebanese communities (three Moslem and four Christian). The Gm-Am haplotypes found were mainly those prevalent in Caucasians with a low frequency of haplotypes usually observed in Africans and Orientals. The difference between highlanders and lowlanders as expressed by G2m(23) was highly significant and suggested a possible adaptation to selective pressure related to the γ2 genes, possibly due to endemic… Expand
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