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By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dahr, John Moulds, Phyllis Unger, Dominique Blanchard (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. B. Brinkmann, Dr. med. Klavs Henningsen (eds.)

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Speculation apart, I am able to inform you that Gm type frequencies in Burkitt lymphoma cases 46 are not significantly differing from those in normals, neither in African nor in Caucasian populations (R. Grubb et al 1985). Observations chiefly concerning rabbit Ig allotypes have indicated that rabbits may express not only their nominal allotypes but also allotypes characteristic of other strains of rabbits. These "latent" allotypes appear irregularly and usually at a level of 1 per cent or less of the nominal allotypes.

Advances in Forensic Haemogenetics 1 Edited by B. Brinkmann and K. R. Mayr (Institut fUr Blutgruppenserologie der Universitat Wien, Spitalgasse 4, A-1090 Wien / Osterreich) The HLA system which represents the major histocompatibility complex of man encompasses approximately one thousandth of the human genome. 3) and contains a series of closely linked loci (for review, see Histocompatibility Testing 1984): - HLA-A. ~ and ~ coding glycosilated polypeptides with a molecular weight of 44000 daltons (on the cell surface.

So far 10 cultures of amniotic fluid cells, 22 cases of hydatidiform mole, and 3 cultures from normal villous biopsies have been investigated, furthermore in three cases cultured fetal fibroblasts from an aborted fetus have been typed. Amniotic fluid cells could be typed readily, though with the best results in the NIH-modification, since they often gave weak results in the KN. Cells cultured from villous biopsies could not survive at room temperature, and the best results were thus obtained in the modified KN-technique.

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11th Congress of the Society for Forensic Haemogenetics (Gesellschaft für forensische Blutgruppenkunde e.V.): Copenhagen, August 6–10, 1985 by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Dahr, John Moulds, Phyllis Unger, Dominique Blanchard (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. B. Brinkmann, Dr. med. Klavs Henningsen (eds.)


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