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Ethnical groups from South Asia and the Pacific: It' an encyclopedia: One Encyclopedia - James B. Minahan
Ideal for high schools and college graduates who study disciplines such as humanities, geographical and sociology, South Asian and Pacific nationalities: the study of the humanities and the humanities: In alphabetical order by ethnical group, each record provides an introductory section, followed by available accounts of the origin, early historical, civil, political and contemporary histories of the ethnical.
Not only is this volume a precious source for students' research, it will also be informative and enjoyable for general reader interested in South Asia and the Pacific.
South Asian policy
Dr. Siegfried O. Wolf was trained at the Institute for Political Science and South Asia Institute (SAI) at the University of Heidelberg. She teaches and research at the SAI, where she teaches, focusing on India's external and internal policies in South Asia. He graduated in political science from the South Asia Institute (SAI), University of Heidelberg and the University of London, School of orientental and African Studies (SOAS).
Mr. Fürstenberg graduated in politics and historiography from the University of Uppsala and the University of Heidelberg. In his doctoral thesis, he analyzes the legality of policy institutes from an evolving perspective, with a particular emphasis on India's domestic governance bodies. He graduated in South Asian Politics and Politics at the University of Heidelberg.
Currently he is doing his doctorate and working as a professor and research associate at the South Asia Institute. Mr. König graduated in Political Science in South Asia and English at the University of Heidelberg and the University of Edinburgh.
Avenues of HLA and Phenotypes in Burma (Myanmar) and Karen in Thailand - Kongmaroeng - 2015 - Tissue antigens
It is the first study of HLA alleles and haplotypic frequency at three classes I and two classes II in non-related normal people from two ethnical groups, 170 Myanmar and 200 Karen, originating from Burma (Myanmar) but studied during their stay in Thailand. Overall, the HLA allelic and haplotypic frequency ranges demonstrated by the PCR-SSP at five sites (A, B, C, DRB1 and DRQB1) at low dissolution showed significant variations between Myanmar and Karen.
Five HLA-B*15 phenotypes with different HLA-A and HLA-DR/DQ combination were found in Burma, three of which were previously unknown in other Asiatic population. R. Phuangtham, A. Romphruk, C. Puapairoj, C. Leelayuwat and A. V. Romphruk, Human thrombocyte antigen in Burma, Karen and northeastern Thais, transfusion medicine, 27, 1, (60-65), (2016).