Serum Factor Gma among the Iranians


OF all the genetically determined serum constituents which have been called Gm factors, the factor Gma discovered by Grubb1, is the most frequently studied from the point of view of its distribution among different populations. Hitherto, the proportion of Gm(a+) subjects found among persons of the white race has varied between 67 and 39 per cent (Table 1).

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PODLIACHOUK, L., EYQUEM, A., CHOARIPOUR, R. et al. Serum Factor Gma among the Iranians. Nature 191, 717–718 (1961).

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