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The Lutheran and secretor loci: genetic linkage analysis


, : The Lutheran and secretor loci: genetic linkage analysis. American Journal of Human Genetics 29(1): 101-106

Linkage analysis of Lu and Se and 31 other loci indicate that Lu:Se are not closely linked to ABO, ACP1, Co,Do,Est.D, Fy,GC, Gm, GLO:HL-A, GPT,Inv,Jk,K,MN,P, PGD,PGM1, Rh, Sc, UMPK or Yt. Lod scores for 18 families informative for Lu:Se gave no evidence for sex differentiation in recombination fraction; .cxa.theta. for males was 0.07, and for females, .08.

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