(Received 25 April 1980; accepted 21 July 1980)
Published Online: 1981
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A family possessing the rare PGM13 allele has been found in North Carolina, and criteria for the electrophoretic separation and accurate typing of the PGM13 isozymes are outlined. The PGM13 isozymes detected proved to be useful in helping to determine parentage in an incest investigation. The pattern of segregation of the PGM13 allele in four generations of this family and thermostability studies on the PGM13 isozymes are presented.
Forensic serologist, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, Raleigh, N.C.
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