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Blood group gene frequencies

Botha, M. C.

Blood group gene frequencies

by Botha, M. C.

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Published by Munger Africana Library] in [Pasadena .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Blood groups.,
    • Human population genetics -- South Africa.,
    • Gene frequency.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSouth African medical journal.
      Statementby M. C. Botha, in association with Judith Pritchard.
      SeriesMunger Africana Library notes, no. 16, Munger Africana Library notes ;, issue #16.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ733 .M9175 no. 16, GN263 .M9175 no. 16
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12, 27 p.
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5087738M
      LC Control Number74159085

      Blood Groups in Man Robert Russell Race groups absorption agglutinated agglutinin albumin allelomorphic anti anti-c sera anti-globulin test anti-R/i antisera Bertinshaw blood group blood samples blood transfusion Brit CDe/cde CDe/cde CDeF CDejcde cent child (a+ gene frequencies genetic genotype globulin haemolytic disease Heredity. The gene frequencies [q] of blood group antigen B were in cancer patients, which was higher than that of the control population (), and the relative risk B: O was with statistical subgroup analysis, female patients of oesophageal squamous cell carcinoma present with a gene frequency [q] of for the B antigen of blood group, which Cited by: 5.

      Professor Murrill conducted a detailed examination of the remains, using such methods as metrical measurements, morphological observations, and analyses of blood group gene frequencies. In this book he presents the factual data resulting from his study, much of it in the form of comprehensive tables, and his by: 9. - BLOOD GROUP, XG SYSTEM; XG - XG BLOOD GROUP SYSTEM Ellis et al. () demonstrated that XG, which they called PBDX, a gene found to span the pseudoautosomal boundary on the X chromosome, is the XG blood group gene. Using rabbit polyclonal and mouse monoclonal antibodies raised against a peptide derived from the N-terminal domain of the .

      Lewis blood group system, classification of human blood based on the expression of glycoproteins called Lewis (Le) antigens on the surfaces of red blood cells or in body fluids, or both. The Lewis antigen system is intimately associated with the secretor system and ABO blood group system biochemically, though the genetic loci are not linked.. The system consists of two alleles, . Genes, antigens, and antibodies --Inheritance of the ABO blood group --Biochemistry of blood group antigens --Other blood groups --Calculation of gene frequencies --Anthropology and blood groups --Appendix (p. ): Computation of the chi square (x²) test for independence. Series Title: Basic concepts in anthropology. Responsibility.


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Blood group gene frequencies by Botha, M. C. Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprinted from a supplement to the South African Medical Journal [v. 46, no. 14] April 1,by permission of the Editor and the Principal Author. The discovery of the ABO blood group, over years ago, caused great excitement. Until then, all blood had been assumed to be the same, and the often tragic consequences of blood transfusions were not understood.

As our understanding of the ABO group grew, Blood group gene frequencies book only did the world of blood transfusion become a great deal safer, but scientists could now study one of the. Histo-blood group ABO system transferase is an enzyme with glycosyltransferase activity, which is encoded by the ABO gene in humans.

It is ubiquitously expressed in many tissues and cell types. ABO determines the ABO blood group of an individual by modifying the oligosaccharides on cell surface glycoproteins. Variations in the sequence of the protein between individuals Aliases: ABO, A3GALNT, A3GALT1, GTB.

This study investigated the distribution and gene frequencies of ABO and Rh (D) blood group systems in most parts of Nigeria with representatives in each of the six geopolitical zones. The data collated revealed that the ABO blood group frequencies were found in the order O > A > B > AB (%, %, % and %) respectively among Cited by: 1.

The ABO blood group system is used to denote the presence of one, both, or neither of the A and B antigens on erythrocytes. In human blood transfusions it is the most important of the 36 different blood type (or group) classification systems currently recognized.

A mismatch (very rare in modern medicine) in this, or any other serotype, can cause a potentially fatal adverse reaction. The Blood Group Antigen FactsBook — winner of a Highly Commended BMA Medical Book Award for Internal Medicine — has been an essential resource in the hematology, transfusion and immunogenetics fields since its first publication in the late third edition of The Blood Group Antigen FactsBook has been completely revised, updated and expanded to cover all 33.

The study was undertaken with the objective to provide data on the ABO and Rh(D) blood group distribution and gene frequency across India. Materials and Methods: A total of 10, healthy blood donors donating in blood banks situated in five different geographical regions of the country (North, South, East and Center) were included in the study.

Human gene frequencies for the ABO blood group vary by geographic region. Type A is found in 50% of the genes in Australian aborigines, 30% in Blackfoot Indians, and absent among natives of South America.

Type B is the rarest throughout the world with the highest occurrence in Central Asia at 30%. No blood type has a selective advantage over. BLOOD-GROUP FR'EQUENCIES IN NORTH WALES BY J.

FRASER ROBERTS From the Mental Research Department, Stoke Park Colong, Bristol THE distribution of the blood groups in the British Isles is remarkable for wide variations in the frequencies of genes 0 and A, and for the low proportion of A in certain areas.

The ABO and Rh blood groups are the most important blood groups despite the long list of several other blood groups discovered so far. The ABO and Rh blood groups varies worldwide and are not found in equal numbers even among ethnic groups.

Therefore, this study aimed at having information on the frequencies of alleles, phenotypes and genotypes of ABO and Rh D Author: Nigusu Girma, Yohannes Petros. Setting and Subjects: Frequencies of ABO blood groups and Rh types along with the respective gene frequencies were estimated in two study groups: (1).

The Genetics of Blood Type © Blood type is an example of a trait determined by a single gene. Each of us has two copies of the gene for blood type on chromosome pair number 9.

One copy is inherited from our mother, the other from our father. There are three versions (called “alleles”) of this gene: A, B, and O.

A person’sFile Size: 86KB. Blood group gene frequencies which are inherited according to Mendelian principles were correlated with performance on a broad base general-purpose mental ability test.

Six blood groups were significantly related to the mental test Cited by: 8. For instance similar study in Britain revealed the percentage frequencies of the ABO blood group were %, %, % and % for A, B, AB and O blood groups, respectively, while in India ABO blood group phenotypic frequencies were %, %, % and % for A, B, AB and O blood groups, by: [22,23] However, there is a slight difference in the frequencies of types A and B blood group between this study and indeed studies from North-west Nigeria to.

Antigens of the ABO blood group system (i.e., A, B, and H antigens) also showed a higher frequencies of A group than AB group% in blacks has been explained by domination of the B gene on phenol typing expression of A 1 B causing this A 1 to be expressed as A 2 or A intFile Size: KB.

Question: Human Gene Frequencies For The ABO Blood Group Vary By Geographic Region. Type A Is Found In 50% Of The Genes In Australian Aborigines, 30% In Blackfoot Indians, And Absent Among Natives Of South America. Type B Is The Rarest Throughout The World With The Highest Occurence In Central Asia At 30%.

The phenotypic distributions of observed numbers of ABO blood groups in a Kuwaiti sample population of 18, subjects are (%) with A, (%) with B, (%) with AB, and (%) with O. The calculated gene frequencies are for ABO*O, for ABO*A, and for ABO*B.

Molecular genotyping of the ABO blood Cited by: ORIGINAL ARTICLE Gene frequencies of ABO and Rh(D) blood group alleles in Lagos, South-West Nigeria O.A.

Iyiola a,c,*, O.O. Igunnugbemi b,d, O.G. Bello a a Department of Zoology, University of Ilorin, P.M.B. Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria b Department of Microbiology, University of Ilorin, P.M.B.Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria c Department of Molecular Biology.

In andL. Cavalli-Sforza and A. Edwards introduced novel methods for computing evolutionary trees from genetical data, initially for human populations from blood-group gene frequencies. The most important development was their introduction of statistical methods of estimation applied to stochastic models of by:.

"The Diego blood group is an exclusive Mongoloid gene marker, although it is not present in all Mongoloid populations.

The absence of the gene in Waica Indians and its very low frequencies in Warrau and Yaruro Indians of South America suggest that it represents a genetic characteristic of Marginal American Indians.

The changes that occur in the genes that determine blood group typically affect only blood type and are not associated with adverse health conditions, although exceptions do occur. Example of a gene in this gene group: SLC4A1, ABCG2, XK. The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) provides an index of gene groups and their member genes.

.This paper gives gene frequencies at seventeen blood group and protein polymorphism loci for the Andalusian horse breed, that are used to calculate Nei’s measures of normalized genetic identity (I) and standard genetic distance (D) between two populations (Nei, ), applied to studies of breed relationships between Andalusian and Paso Fino.