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Adenosine Deaminase Polymorphism in a Swedish Population1

  • H. Ageheim (a1) and M. Bergström (a1)

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Adenosine deaminase (ADA) isoenzymes in a Swedish population of 342 unrelated individuals have been determined according to the method of Spencer et al. (1968). The gene frequencies found were 0.9357 and 0.0643 for ADA 1 and ADA 2 respectively. These frequencies are in good accordance with previous investigations.

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Paternitetsavdelningen, Statens Rättsläkarstation, Hudiksvallsgatan 8, S-113 30 Stockholm, Sweden

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Supported by the Wessén Foundation.

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Dissing, J., Knudsen, J.B. 1970. Human erythrocyte adenosine deaminase polymorphism in Denmark. Hum. Hered., 20: 178.
Hopkinson, D.A., Cook, P.J.L, Harris, H. 1969. Further data on the adenosine deaminase (ADA) polymorphism and a report of a new phenotype. Ann. Hum. Genet., 32: 361.
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Adenosine Deaminase Polymorphism in a Swedish Population1

  • H. Ageheim (a1) and M. Bergström (a1)

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