Genetic studies in Saudi Arabia: red cell enzyme, haemoglobin and serum protein polymorphisms

American Journal of Physical Anthropology
H W GoeddeE Kleihauer

Abstract

Population genetic studies in Saudi Arabia are performed for EsD, GPT, AcP, ADA, AK, 6-PGD, PGM, C3, Tf, Hp, Gc, Pi, Bf, Hb, ABO-blood groups and Rh-factor, level of the third component of complement and immunoglobulins. The data are compared with reported frequencies in European and African populations.

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