Haptoglobin frequencies in Jewish communities.

@article{Goldschmidt1962HaptoglobinFI,
  title={Haptoglobin frequencies in Jewish communities.},
  author={Ernst Goldschmidt and P S Bayani-Sioson and H. Eldon Sutton and Kaj Fried and Attila Sandor and N Bloch},
  journal={Annals of human genetics},
  year={1962},
  volume={26},
  pages={39-46}
}
The variation of the haptogIobins of human plasma was shown by Smithies (1955) and Smithies & Walker (1956, 1956) to be a Mendelian trait controlled by two alleles. These two alleles, Hpl and Hp2, co-exist generally in human populations, and their relative proportions exhibit geographic variation. Additional haptoglobin variants have been detected, but their genetic relationships to the first two alleles are not clearly established. The discovery of this polymorphic system added yet another… CONTINUE READING
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