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Summary Haptoglobin and transferrin types have been determined by starch gel electrophoresis on blood from 929 subjects belonging to various Jewish communities. The frequency of the Hp1 gene in 499 Ashkenazic Jews is 0.29 and does not differ significantly from the value of 0–26 found in 345 Jews...
Summary Serum cholinesterase dibucaine numbers were determined in 119 individuals from 22 families selected through propositi with the ‘ intermediate’ phenotype as denned by dibucaine number. Nineteen of the spouses and 78 of the children of the propositi were studied. The distribution of...
Book reviewed in this article: Genetic Basis of Morphological Variation. By Richard H. Osborne and Frances V. de George. Published for the Commonwealth Fund by the Harvard University Press 1959. London: Genetics and Ophthalmology, Vol. i. By P. J. Waardenburg, A. Franceschettt and D. Klein. The...
Summary A small acrocentric chromosome with satellites on both the long and short arms was found as an extra chromosome in a mentally retarded female. No chromosome abnormalities were observed in either father, mother or elder sister. The possible origin of the aberrant small acrocentric...
Summary Solanine and solanidine inhibit differentially the serum cholinesterase of individuals of the ‘usual’, ‘intermediate’, and ‘atypical’ phenotypes. The effect is similar to that obtained with dilute aqueous extracts of potato.
Summary The number of diabetic parents among 374 living parents of juvenile diabetics was no greater than expected for their age (calculated from a population survey). The number of diabetic parents who were less than 40 years of age, however, was greater than that in the population. A similar...
Summary The saliva ABO inhibition titres of the members of twenty‐eight 0X0 and ten BxO mating types were determined. The results of the examinations suggest that: (1) A precursor ‘H’ substance is formed by all secretors which is converted into A, B, or AB depending on the individual's blood...
Summary A possible explanation of the Rh gene complexes rG and rM is given. It is based on the idea that G is a series of antigens corresponding to parts of the D and C loci and M corresponding to parts of the C and E loci.
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