Human chromosomal polymorphism. I. Chromosomal Q polymorphism in Mongoloid populations of central Asia

@article{Ibraimov1982HumanCP,
  title={Human chromosomal polymorphism. I. Chromosomal Q polymorphism in Mongoloid populations of central Asia},
  author={A. I. Ibraimov and Mirsaid M. Mirrakhimov and Sergey A Nazarenko and E. I. Axenrod and G. A. Akbanova},
  journal={Human Genetics},
  year={1982},
  volume={60},
  pages={1-7}
}
SummaryA comparative study of frequencies and types of Q-polymorphic variants in seven autosome pairs (3, 4, 13–15, 21, and 22) was performed in three steppe Mongoloid populations of Central Asia (Kazakhs, Dunghans, Mongolians) and three highland Kirghiz populations of Pamir and Tien-Shan. The three steppe Mongoloid populations showed statistically significant homogeneity both in the frequency of Q-polymorphic variants and the distribution of homo- and heteromorphs, with complete agreement of… CONTINUE READING

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