Within a population sample of 307 blood donors of Prague the polymorphism of the red cell acid phosphatase has been investigated. Gene frequency estimates are: Pa=0.365, Pb=0.578, Pc=0.057.
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Herzog, P., Bohatová, J. Zur Populationsgenetik der sauren Phosphatase der Erythrocyten (EC: 188.8.131.52): Phänotypen- und Allelhäufigkeiten in der ČSSR. Hum Genet 7, 183–184 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00287084