Blood Groups of Selected Aboriginal and Indigenous Populations

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Abstract

THE Laboratory of Physical Anthropology at Yale is investigating the distribution of the following genetic traits in various populations of PrimatevS, including man : the blood groups, the serum transferring (β-globulins), haptoglobins, and hæmoglobin variants. This is a report of the bood types in three of the human populations investigated.

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