The results of testing 516 blood donors resident in Tasmania, Australia for Glm (a, x, f and z), G3m (b4 and g) and Km (1) (formerly Inv ) allotypic markers are given. No regional differentiation could be detected in a Tasmanian-born sample (n = 256) for either Gm or Km factors. With respect to the frequencies of the common Caucasoid haplotypes Gm z,a:g, Gm z,a'x:g, Gm f;b and Km1 Tasmanians were very similar to other White Australians and to populations of the British Isles. Nevertheless 8 “unusual” Gm phenotypes were found and possible sources and interpretations of these are discussed in the context of post war immigration patterns.
Mitchell, R J. and Izatt, M M.
"Gm and Km Allotypes in Tasmania,"
3, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/humbiol/vol53/iss3/17