The Resource A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines, G. H. Vos and R. L. Kirk

A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines, G. H. Vos and R. L. Kirk

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A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines
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A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines
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G. H. Vos and R. L. Kirk
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Examines the serological characteristics of a "naturally-occurring" Rh antibody (anti-E), obtained from a single Aboriginal male, and tests its agglutination reactions with red cells from both Caucasian white and Aboriginal populations; the study found that the antiserum reacted with all E-positive cells from Caucasian whites but failed to react with all samples taken from Aboriginal people, except those in North Queensland; gene frequency analysis was used to explore the reasons for this result
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Vos, Gerardus H
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1921-
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Kirk, R. L.
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A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines, G. H. Vos and R. L. Kirk
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M0053766
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p. 22-32.
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0077100
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A naturally-occurring Anti-E which distinguishes a variant of the E Antigen in Australian Aborigines, G. H. Vos and R. L. Kirk
Publication
Control code
M0053766
Extent
p. 22-32.
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
0077100

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