13th Congress of the International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics (Internationale Gesellschaft für forensische Hämogenetik e.V.) New Orleans, October 19–21, 1989

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ISBN: 978-3-540-52271-3 (Print) 978-3-642-75496-8 (Online)

Table of contents (110 chapters)

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  1. Conventional Markers

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 165-165

    2. Alloantigens

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 203-206

        The Generation of Class II Polymorphism by Recombination

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 207-210

        Polymorphism of HLA-DRB3 and DRB4 Genes Detected by RFLPs

      Electrophoretic Polymorphisms

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 211-213

        Human Red Cell Acid Phosphatase (ACP1): The Primary Structure of the two Isozymes Bf and Bs Encoded by the ACP1*B allele

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 214-217

        Further Evidence for a Silent Allele and a Rare Variant in the ADA System

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 218-221

        Intragenic recombination within the PGM1locus

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 222-224

        Practical Value of PGM 1 Subtyping in Blood- and Semen Stains and Hair Roots

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 225-227

        Additional Data on PGP ( EC 3.1.3.18) Polymorphism in Düsseldorf

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 228-231

        Biochemical and population genetics of S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase in NW Portugal

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 232-235

        Group Specific Component Phenotyping by Ultrathin-layer Agarose Isoelectric Focusing Using Chemical Spacers

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 236-238

        Haptoglobin Subtypes in the Swiss Population: Phenotype and Gene Frequencies - Description of an Easy Method for Routine Typing

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 239-242

        Haptoglobin Subtyping by Agarose Isoelectric Focusing

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 243-245

        Haptoglobin Subtype Determination of Bloodstains

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 246-250

        The Application of Agarose Isoelectric Focusing in Paternity Testing

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 251-254

        Fast IEF of some polymorphic proteins and enzymes in bloodstains using the PhastSystem

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 255-259

        Isoelectric Focusing in Miniaturized Gels: Application to GC, PI, Tf and ORM Subtyping in Central Spain

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 260-262

        The Use of Hybrid Isoelectric Focusing for the Detection of Polymorphic Proteins and Enzymes in Bloodstains Analysis

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 263-264

        Distribution of Twelve Human Salivary Polymorphisms in Japanese Population

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 265-265

        Inheritance of Some Electrophoretic Phenotypes of Human Hair

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 266-270

        Hp, GLO and Gc Polymorphisms in the Balearic Islands (Spain): The Mediterranean Blueprint

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        Chapter and Conference Paper

        Pages 271-273

        A Simple Dilution Technique for Assessing Red Cell Enzyme Activity in Cases of Single System Incompatibilities

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