Four population samples from Congo (Beti and Bateke from Cuvette area, Bateke and Babenga from 'Pool' area) were typed for the electrophoretic mutants of protease inhibitor (PI) and group-specific component (Gc), as part of a general survey on the genetic structure of these ethnic groups. An unusual PI mutant (tentatively called PIS*) had a singularly high frequency in the Bateke and the Babenga. Data shown here will help in ascertaining whether genetic differentiation could exist in Congolese populations.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Rivista||Annals of Human Biology|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1986|
- Polymorphism (Genetics)
- alpha 1 antitrypsin
- vitamin D binding protein