The formal genetics of the PGM1 system has been questioned due to unexplained maternity exclusions and single paternity exclusions (Wetterling 1986, 1988; Bertrams 1988).


Paternity Testing PGM1 Locus Paternity Investigation Single Paternity Phenotype 1A2B 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Wetterling
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  1. 1.State Institute for Blood Group SerologyUniversity HospitalLinköpingSweden

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