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Incompatible Mother-Child Pairs Found in the PGM1 System.

  • Gunilla Wetterling
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Forensic Haemogenetics book series (HAEMOGENETICS, volume 1)

Abstract

Since Spencer et al. (1964) demonstrated polymorphism within human red cell phosphoglucomutase incompatible mother-child pairs have been reported. When Bark et al. (1976) succeeded in subtyping PGM1 this deviation from the rules of inheritance also appeared within the Subgroups revealing incompatible homozygosity (Prokop et al. 1981 and Polesky et al. 1983) as well as incompatible heterozygosity (Martin, 1981).

Keywords

Rare Allele Type A3a2 Silent Allele Incompatible Pair Agar Overlay Method 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gunilla Wetterling
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  1. 1.State Institute for Blood Group SerologySRL, RegionsjukhusetLinköpingSweden

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