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Untersuchungen über Assoziationen zwischen Carcinomerkrankung und gruppenspezifischen Blutmerkmalen

Studies on association of carcinoma disease and blood group traits

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A blood group study in 600 patients suffering from carcinoma showed frequency deviations in the P blood group system in the group of carcinoma of the bronchia. P1 was found decreased and P2 correspondingly increased in these patients, the difference being signifikant (X 2=1). No other correlation between any of the investigated blood group traits and carcinoma could be shown statistically significant from this material.

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(Direktor: Prof. Dr. med. H. Schade)

Nach einem Vortrag (gekürzt) auf der 10. Tagung der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie und Humangenetik, Königstein, Oktober 1967.

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Scholz, W. Untersuchungen über Assoziationen zwischen Carcinomerkrankung und gruppenspezifischen Blutmerkmalen. Hum Genet 6, 88–89 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00287160

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