MN BLOOD GROUP TEST
Postage to laboratory not included.
When the MN system was first discovered it appeared rather uninteresting. It
was of virtually no medical importance, and the frequencies of the M and N genes
were closely similar, each near 50 per cent, in most populations available for
testing. Only the American Indians, with much more M than N, relieved this
uniformity. Around 28% of the population type out as MM, 22% as NN and 50% as
It appears that the MN system may play a role in breast cancer.
There is also a potential role for the MN System in cardiovascular
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