A Polynesian family showing co-dominant inheritance of normal glycophorin C and the Gerbich variant form of glycophorin C

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A Polynesian family showing co-dominant inheritance of normal glycophorin C and the Gerbich variant form of glycophorin C

Marion E. Reid / Joyce Poole / Yew W. Liew / Linda Pinder

Citation Information : Immunohematology. Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 29-32, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21307/immunohematology-2019-979

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Two individuals with the rare Ge:-2.-3,4 phenotype (Gerbich type of Gerbich negative) were identified in a family of Polynesian descent who reside in the Cook Islands. In initial serologic tests, all other family members typed as Ge-positive. and heterozygous individuals could not be identified. Further studies on blood samples from seven members of this Polynesian family by immunoblotting and hemagglutination tests on trypsin-treated red blood cells showed that normal glycophorin C and the product of the Gerbich allele were inherited in an autosomal dominant manner.

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