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Zur Populationsgenetik der Adenylatkinase: Genhäufigkeit in einer südwestdeutschen Stichprobe

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Adenylate kinase phenotypes were determined in 407 unrelated persons from Southwestern germany. The frequencies were estimated to be AK1=0.969, AK2=0.031.

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Wille, B., Ritter, H. Zur Populationsgenetik der Adenylatkinase: Genhäufigkeit in einer südwestdeutschen Stichprobe. Hum Genet 5, 278–280 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00281967

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