The ScaI polymorphic site within the stop codon of the human atrial natriuretic peptides (hANP) gene was investigated in Mauritian Indian, black African and French Caucasian populations. A distinct distribution pattern is observed in these three populations.
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Ramasawmy, R., Kotea, N., Lu, C.Y. et al. Investigation of the polymorphic ScaI site by a PCR-based assay at the human atrial natriuretic peptides (hANP) gene locus. Hum Genet 90, 323–324 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00220093
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