Immunoglobulin allotypes in Jewish populations living in Israel and the United States.

Abstract

The ongoing interest in the interrelationships of Jewish populations justifies inclusion of the immunoglobulin allotypes in an ethnohistorical analysis. A total of 2,184 serum specimens obtained from unrelated Israeli Jewish and self-identified Milwaukee, WI, Jewish blood donors were classified as Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Asiatic, or North African and tested… (More)

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@article{Stevenson1985ImmunoglobulinAI, title={Immunoglobulin allotypes in Jewish populations living in Israel and the United States.}, author={J. Court Stevenson and Moses S. Schanfield and S Gerald Sandler}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={1985}, volume={67 3}, pages={195-207} }