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MN Blood-Group Locus: Data Concerning the Possible Chromosomal Location

Science
29 Nov 1968
Vol 162, Issue 3857
pp. 1014-1015

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Combined data derived from clinical, cytogenetic, and blood-grouping studies of one family suggest that the MN locus is on the long arm of either the No. 2 or the No. 4 chromosome.

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Bergsma, D., Chicago Conference: Standardization in Human Cytogenetics (1966).
German, J., Vox Sanguinis 16: 130 (1969).
German, J., Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Humnan Genetics, 1966: 123 (1967).

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Volume 162 | Issue 3857
29 November 1968

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James German
New York Blood Center, New York 10021
Mary E. Walker
New York Blood Center, New York 10021
Frederick H. Stiefel
Coney Island Hospital, Brooklyn, New York
Fred H. Allen, Jr.
New York Blood Center, New York 10021

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