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One of the best clues to how the human polymorphisms are involved in survival and reproduction comes from the study of the depression in these indices which can be observed in consanguineous marriages. In man, the net depression in survival (including the effect of maternal inbreeding) is in the neighborhood of 1 percent per each percent of F, the coefficient of inbreeding (65). Thus, if we could follow the conceptuses of first cousin marriages from the moment of conception through reproductive life, scoring also for the increased mortality of their children, we would find about a 6 percent impairment by comparison with suitable controls.

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30 BLOOD AND TISSUE ANTIGENS Sänger: Would you not then expect, Dr. Beckman, that if you put normal cells into the plasma of En(a-) people, they might become affected in various ways? This has been done and the normal cells were unaltered. We have pretty good evidence, from absorption tests, that the En a antigen is not present on platelets and in Helsinki the electrophoretic mobility of platelets from an En(a-) person was found to be normal. But we got rather confusing results with white cells, perhaps because of the poor separation of white and red cells; and independently, the Finnish workers also got inconclusive electrophoretic results with the white cells.

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