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Genetic relationships of Europeans, Asians and Africans and the origin of modern Homo sapiens

Human Heredity

Jan 1, 1989

M Nei, G Livshits

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To study the evolutionary relationships of the three major groups of humans, Europeans, Asians and Africans, the genetic distances between them were computed by using 4 different sets of genetic loci (84 protein loci, 33 blood group loci, 8 HLA and immunoglobulin loci, and 61 DNA marker...read more

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Immunoglobulin Activity
Genetics, Population
Genetic Markers
Immunoglobulins
Genus Homo
Genetic Equilibrium
Blood Typing Procedure
Genetic Loci
Immunoglobulin Measurement
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Genetic relationships of Europeans, Asians and Africans and the origin of modern Homo sapiens

Human Heredity

Jan 1, 1989

M Nei, G Livshits

PMID: 2613254

DOI: 10.1159/000153872

Abstract

To study the evolutionary relationships of the three major groups of humans, Europeans, Asians and Africans, the genetic distances between them were computed by using 4 different sets of genetic loci (84 protein loci, 33 blood group loci, 8 HLA and immunoglobulin loci, and 61 DNA marker...read more

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Immunoglobulin Activity
Genetics, Population
Genetic Markers
Immunoglobulins
Genus Homo
Genetic Equilibrium
Blood Typing Procedure
Genetic Loci
Immunoglobulin Measurement
Metazoa
2
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