Lack of abnormal hemoglobins in Alaskan Eskimos, Indians, and Aleuts.

Abstract

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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