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Title: HLA genes in Barranquilla (North Colombia): Searching for cryptic Amerindian genes
Author: Arnaiz-Villena A.
Bayona B.
Palacio-Gruber J.
Hernandez Aguirre, Enio Armando
Muñiz E.
Campos C.
Juarez I.
Gomez-Casado E.
Martín-Villa J.M.
Silvera C.
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Issue Date: 2017
Keywords: African
Abstract: America First Inhabitants population (Amerindians, Na Dene and Eskimos) underwent a drastic population reduction and gene exchange after Europeans and Africans arrival after 1492 AD. Barranquilla population may be a good model to study present day population admixture in South America. HLA-A, -B and -DRB1 DNA typing has been performed in 188 unrelated individuals originated in the area and speak Spanish language; they showed apparent European/African and mixed characters. HLA genetic European/African features were found and only 1.85% Amerindian one. This contrasts with neighboring Cuban population where 10% HLA Amerindian characters appear. © 2017.
Type: Artículo
Citation: Arnaiz A,Bayona B,Palacio J,Hernández E,Muñiz E,Campos C,Juarez I,Gomez E,Martín JM,Silvera C. HLA genes in Barranquilla (North Colombia): Searching for cryptic Amerindian genes. Human Immunology. 2017. 79. (1):p. 3-4. .
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