Immunogenetics as a tool in anthropological studies.

  title={Immunogenetics as a tool in anthropological studies.},
  author={Alicia Sanchez-Mazas and Marcelo An{\'i}bal Fern{\'a}ndez-Vi{\~n}a and Derek Middleton and Jill A. Hollenbach and St{\'e}phane Buhler and Da Di and Raja Rajalingam and Jean Michel Dugoujon and Steven J. Mack and Erik Thorsby},
  volume={133 2},
The genes coding for the main molecules involved in the human immune system--immunoglobulins, human leucocyte antigen (HLA) molecules and killer-cell immunoglobulin-like receptors (KIR)--exhibit a very high level of polymorphism that reveals remarkable frequency variation in human populations. 'Genetic marker' (GM) allotypes located in the constant domains of IgG antibodies have been studied for over 40 years through serological typing, leading to the identification of a variety of GM… CONTINUE READING


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