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Beitrag zur Populationsgenetik der Adenosindesaminase

Population genetics of adenosine deaminase

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The ADA types of human red cells are reported for a material of 1067 unrelated adults in Berlin.

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Radam, G., Strauch, H. Beitrag zur Populationsgenetik der Adenosindesaminase. Hum Genet 12, 173–174 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00291475

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