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韓國人에 있어서의 Lutheran 血液型出現頻度

Lutheran Factor Among Korean

중앙의학 1969년 16권 1호 p.41 ~ 44
오인환,
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오인환 (  ) - 가톨릭의과대학 소아과학교실

Abstract


The antibody which defines the Lutheran blood groups was found by Callender and Race in 1946. The anti-serum was named as anti-Lua.
In 1956, Cutbush and chanarin described the finding of anti-Lub.
The incidence of the Lutheran groups in random English blood samples tested with anti-Lua and calculated data is as follows.
Lu(a+) 7.90%
Lu(a+) 92.10%
The genotype frequencies can be calculated as follows:
Lua Lua 0.0015
Lua Lub 0.0750
Lub Lub 0. 9235
Author tested 210 unselected professional donors blood samples, and found that only
one, or 0.48%, were Lu(a+b-) and 209. or 99.52% was Lu(a-b+).
So far. the anthropological application of the Lutheran groups has been limited by
the supply of serum.
It was proved that a frequency of Lu(a+) antigen among Korean was remarkably lower than that of Europeans by this report.

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