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Alleged Causes of the Present-Day World Distribution of the Human Abo Blood Groups

Nature volume 193, pages 445446 (03 February 1962) | Download Citation

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  1. Robert Koch-Institut, Berlin.

    • H. J. PETTENKOFER
    •  & B. STÖSS
  2. Max Planck-Institut für vergleichende Erbbiologie und Erbpathologie, Berlin.

    • W. HELMBOLD
    •  & F. VOGEL

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