|MadSci Network: Immunology|
While having my blood tested for donating bone marrow, the phlebotomist told me that the structure of the white blood cell differs in different ethnic groups. However, he wasn't able to tell me how the white blood cell structure changes as different ethnic groups intermarry. Does the structure of the cell become modified, or is one type of structure dominant and another recessive (as in brown eyes being dominant over blue)?
Re: How is white blood cell structure affected by intermarriage?
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