HP, GC and PI polymorphisms in sixteen central Indian tribal populations.

@article{Walter1993HPGA,
  title={HP, GC and PI polymorphisms in sixteen central Indian tribal populations.},
  author={Hubert Walter and D. Scott Eberhardt and Martin Tegeler and Ingrid Wiechmann and H Dankerhopfe and S K Bhattachaochya and Manoj Das and Biswa N Mukherjee and Poly Saha and Ketaki Das},
  journal={Gene geography : a computerized bulletin on human gene frequencies},
  year={1993},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={
          193-202
        }
}
HP, GC and PI polymorphisms have been typed on 16 Central Indian tribal populations with a total of 1658 individuals. The distribution of allele frequencies shows a statistically highly significant heterogeneity, which may be caused by several microevolutionary factors, such as genetic drift, social and geographic isolation. Some new variants were observed in both the GC system (GC 2Cmah) and in the PI system (PI Yori). The PI variants are more frequent and are found in most of the 16… CONTINUE READING