MN BLOOD GROUP TEST
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 MN.
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 disease.
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