Lack of abnormal hemoglobins in Alaskan Eskimos, Indians, and Aleuts.
I V GRIFFITH
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In an examination of the blood of 708 Eskimos, 200 Aleuts, and 44 Indians in Alaska for abnormal types of hemoglobin, only normal hemoglobin A was detected. It may be concluded that abnormal hemoglobins in these races are rare if they occur at all.
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