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Two human red cell phosphohexose isomerase variants in a sample from the population of Rome

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Summary

In a population sample of 333 unrelated individuals from Rome 2 variants, PHI 3-1 and PHI 5-1, were found.

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Bei Untersuchungen einer Bevölkerungsgruppe von 333 nicht miteinander verwandten Personen aus Rom wurden 2 Varianten, PHI 3-1 und PHI 5-1, gefunden.

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  1. Detter, J. C., Ways, P. O., Giblett, E. R., Baughan, M. A., Hopkinson, D. A., Povey, S., Harris, H.: Inherited variations in human phosphohexose isomerase. Ann. hum. Genet. 31, 329 (1968).

  2. Tariverdian, G., Obracaj, H., Ritter, H., Wendt, G. G.: Zur Populationsgenetik der Phosphoglucoseisomerase (E.C. 5.3.1.9.). Humangenetik 11, 169 (1971).

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This investigation was supported by a Grant of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR).

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Terrenato, L., Santolamazza, C., Piacentini, E. et al. Two human red cell phosphohexose isomerase variants in a sample from the population of Rome. Humangenetik 14, 162–163 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00273303

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Keywords

  • Internal Medicine
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Population Sample
  • Unrelated Individual
  • Phosphohexose Isomerase