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    Gm and Inv studies on eight Iranian populations with distance measures among the six from the Caspian Littoral.

    Author(s):
    Steinberg AG

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    American journal of physical anthropology [Am J Phys Anthropol] 1980 Sep; 53 (3), pp. 375-82.

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    Country of Publication: UNITED STATES NLM ID: 0400654 ISSN: 0002-9483 Subsets: IM

    Serum samples from six populations living in the Caspian Littoral anf from two populations (Armenians and Muslims) living in Teheran were tested for Gm(1,2,3,5,6,10,11,13,14,17,21,24,26) and for Inv(1). The Gm data show that all six populations from the Littoral have African and Mongoloid admixture. Genetic distance among these six populations was estimated using Nei's standard distance measure, and its standard error, based on the 11 loci analyzed by Kirk et al. (1977); on these 11 loci plus Gm; and on the foregoing 12-plus Inv. Only the distance measures for populations 1 and 4, 2 and 3 are significantly different in all three measures of distances, and then only at the 5% level. More loci will have to be studied before firmly based conclusions may be drawn concerning the relation of these populations to each other. The Armenian population, unlike the remaining seven populations, shows no evidence of African admixture, but it does show Mongoloid admixture. The Muslim population shows African and Mongoloid admixture and, in addition, has the unusual haplotype Gm3,5,10,11,14,17,26 at polymorphic frequencies.

    tipical armenoid nose:
    http://www.nyu.edu/clubs/armenian/


    Iranian people:

    While a soldier stands guard, Iranian people watch the hanging of men convicted of abducting, raping and robbing women in the northeastern Lavizan district in Tehran, Iran Sunday Sept. 29, 2002, days after their death verdict was approved by the Supreme Court. Five men were hanged Sunday morning before huge crowds in two Tehran districts they terrorized. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian)

    http://www.iranian.com/PhotoDay/2002...ber/hang3.html


    ''Since the discovery in 1966 of the Gm ab3st gene, which characterizes Mongoloid populations, the distribution of allotypes of immunoglobulins (Gm) among Mongoloid populations scattered from Southeast Asia through East Asia to South America has been investigated (...)''

    ''The Gm ab3st gene, which is found with its the highest incidence among the northern Baikal Buriats, flows in all directions. However, this gene shows a precipitous drop from mainland China to Taiwan and Southeast Asia and from North to South America, although it is still found in high frequency among Eskimos, Koryaks, Yakuts, Tibetans, Olunchuns, Tungus, Koreans, Japanese, and Ainus. On the other hand, the gene was introduced into Huis, Uyghurs, Indians, Iranians, and spread as far as to include Hungarians and Sardinians in Italy.''

    PMID: 3056831 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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