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Biography

British anthropologist and medical scientist, born April 11, 1904, near La Hougue Bie, Jersey, United Kingdom; died August 29, 1994, Jersey.

Bibliography

  • The ABO Blood Groups. 1958.
  • The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms.
    1954. New, revised and enlarged edition in 1976.
  • Blood Groups and Disease. 1978.
  • The Genetics of the Jews. 1978.
  • Blood Relations. 1983.
  • R. J. Harrison, A. E. Mourant, and A. Wormall.
    Preliminary observations on a vitamin C survey on medical students.
    St. Bartholomew's Hospital Journal, London 1939. 43.
  • R. R. A. Coombs, A. E. Mourant, and R. R. Race:
    Detection of weak and "incomplete" Rh agglutinins: A new test.
    The Lancet, 1945, 2: 15.
  • R. R. A. Coombs, A. E. Mourant, and R. R. Race:
    A new test for the detection of weak and "incomplete" Rh agglutinins.
    The British Journal of Experimental Pathology, 1945, 26: 255-266.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    A new Rhesus antibody. Nature, 1945, 155: 542.
  • R. R. Race and A. E. Mourant:
    Rh factor and mental deficiency. British Medical Journal, 1945, 2: 194.
  • Anonymous [A. E. Mourant]:
    Blood groups and racial differences with particular reference to the Channel Islands. Bulletin of the Jersey Society in London, October, 3-5, 1946.
  • Anonymous [A. E. Mourant]:
    Rh factor and blocking test. British Medical Journal, 1946, 2: 928.
  • R. R. A. Coombs, A. E. Mourant and R. R. Race:
    In vivo isosensitization of red cells in babies with haemolytic disease.
    The Lancet, 1946, 1: 264-266.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Faits nouveaux concernant l'iso-immunisation dans la maladie hemolytique du nouveau-né. Revue d'hématologie, 1946: 95-105.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    A "new" human blood group antigen of frequent occurrence.
    Nature, 1946, 158: 237.
  • A. E. Mourant and R. R. Race
    The Rh system in the chimpanzee.
    Science, September 20, 1946. 104 (2699): 277.
  • R. R. Race, A. E. Mourant, and S. Callende
    Rh antigens and antibodies in man. Nature, 1946, 157: 410-411.
  • R. R. Race, A. E. Mourant, and M.N. McFarlane:
    Travaux recents sur les antigenes et anticorps Rh avec une etude particuliere de la theorie de Fisher. Revue d'hématologie, 1946, 1: 9-21.
  • Anonymous [A. E. Mourant]:
    Tests of paternity. British Medical Journal, 1947, 1: 626.
  • R. R. A. Coombs, and A. E. Mourant:
    On certain properties of antisera prepared against human serum and its various protein fractions: Their use in the detection of sensitization of human red cells with "incomplete" Rh antibody, and on the nature of this antibody.
    The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, London, 1947, 59: 105-111.
  • O. Hartmann, A. E. Mourant, and R. R. Race:
    The Rh genotypes of a series of Oslo blood donors.
    Acta pathologica et microbiologica Scandinavica, 1947, 24 (3-4): 330-333.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Basques. Nature, 1947, 160: 505.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Dominance and recessiveness in the human blood groups.
    Nature, 1947, 160: 353-355.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Le facteur Rh et la génétique. Praxis, 1947, 22: 1-15.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    La serologie dans le service de transfusion anglais.
    Revue d'hématologie, 1947, 2: 425-428.
  • Anonymous [A. E. Mourant]:
    Recent work on the Rh factor. British Medical Journal, 1948, 2: 334-335.
  • J. N.M. Chalmers, E.W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Basque blood groups. Nature, July 3, 1948, 162 (4105): 27.
  • P. L. Mollison, A. E. Mourant, and R. R. Race:
    The Rh Blood Groups and Their Clinical Effects, 1st ed.
    Medical Research Council Memorandum 19, 1948.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The Rh factor and the public health.
    Monthly Bulletin of the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Laboratory Service, London, October 1948: 7: 210-213.
  • A. E. Mourant
    Rh-Faktor und Rh-Nachweis. Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene, 1948, 152: 248-258.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Rh nomenclature. Nature, 1948, 161: 492.
  • R. R. Race, A. E. Mourant, Sylvia D. Lawler, and Ruth Sanger:
    The Rh chromosome frequencies in England. Blood, 1948, 3 (6): 689-695.
  • R. Grubb, P. H. Andresen, S. T. Callender, R. A. Fisher, W. T. J. Morgan, A. E. Mourant:
    A notation for the Lewis and Lutheran blood-group systems.
    Nature, 1949, 163 (4145): 580-581.
  • J. N. M. Chalmers, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The ABO, MN, and Rh blood groups of the Basque people.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, December 1949, 7 (4): 529-544.
  • J. Moulinier and A. E. Mourant:
    Repartition des genes du systeme sanguin Rhesus dans le sud-ouest de la France: Recherches particulieres sur les populations Basques et Bearnaises.
    Comptes rendus des séances et mémoires de la Société de biologie et de ses filiales, 1949, 143: 393.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The ethnological distribution of the Rh and MN blood groups.
    In: Human Blood Groups: A Report of a Symposium, K. Mather, ed. London, England. Advancement of Science, January 1949, 5 (20): 313-314.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Haemolytic disease of the newborn.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, 1949, 43: 353-354.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Recenti progressi nella genetica dei gruppi sanguini.
    In: I Recenti Contributi della Genetica Umana alla Medicina Milan, Italy, 1949: 33-40.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Review of Blood Derivatives and Substitutes, by C.S. White and J.J. Weinstein.
    British Medical Journal, 1949, 2: 425.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The Rh factor. The Medical Officer, London 1949, 81: 85.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Rh phenotypes and Fisher's CDE notation. Nature, June 11, 1949, 163 (4154): 913.
  • S. Phansomboon, E.W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Human serum containing anti-N agglutinin.
    The Lancet, August 13, 1949, 2 65727): 285.
  • S. Phansomboon, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The ABO, Rh, and MN blood groups of the Siamese.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, December 1949, 7 (4): 563-568.
  • C. H. Prasad, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The Rh and MNS blood groups of some students from India.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, December 1949, 7 (4): 553-558.
  • L. Agosti Romero, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Les groupes sanguins ABO, MNS, et Rh des Galiciens (Espagne N.-O.).
    [Blood groups ABO, MNS and Rh of Calicians, northwest Spain.]
    Revue d'hématologie, 1950, 5 (3-4): 325-328.
  • R. Ceppellini, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    A new allele of the Rh gene E.
    Bollettino dell'Istituto sieroterapico milanese, March-April 1950, 29 (3): 123-124.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the peoples of the Mediterranean area.
    Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 1950, 15: 221-231.
  • J. A. Donegani, N. Dungal, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Icelanders.
    Annals of Eugenics, London, 1950, 15: 147-152.
  • J. A. Donegani, K.A. Ibrahim, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the people of Egypt.
    Heredity, December 1950, 4 (3): 377-382.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    [Blood groups in relation to anthropology]
    Revue d'hématologie, 1950, 5 (3-4): 446.
  • E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, and G. Plant:
    A second example of "Duffy" antibody.
    British Medical Journal, 1950, 1:584-585.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The distribution of Rh blood groups in relation to transfusion organization.
    Proceedings of the International Society of Hematology, 1950: 164-167.
  • H. I. Coombs, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, G. Plaut:
    Agglutinin anti-S in human serum.
    British Medical Journal, January 20, 1951, 1 (4698): 109-111.
  • E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    A rare blood group antigen occurring in Negroes.
    British Medical Journal, March 3, 1951, 1 (4704): 456-457.
  • E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, J. H. Pettenkofer:
    Discovery of the expected haemagglutinin anti-Fyb.
    Nature, December 22, 1951, 168 /4288): 1077.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Mediterranean area.
    Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 1951, 15: 221-231.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Recent advances in serological anthropology. Nature, 1951, 167:706.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use of blood groups in anthropology. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1951, 77: 139-144.
  • A. E. Mourant, Cda. Lacaz, E. W. Ikin , V. Maspes:
    Aglutininas anti-S no soro de paciente con acidente hemolitico pos-transfusional.
    Hospital (Rio de Janeiro), August 1951, 40 (2): 193-197.
  • A. C. Allison, O. Hartman, O. J. Brendemoen, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Norwegian Lapps.
    Acta pathologica et microbiologica Scandinavica, 1952, 31 (3): 334-338.
  • A. C. Allison, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant and A. B. Raper:
    Blood groups in some East African tribes.
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1952, 82: 55-61.
  • P. L. Mollison, A. E. Mourant, R. R. Race:
    The Rh blood groups and their clinical effects.
    Medical research Council Memorandum, 1952, 27: 1-72.
  • P. J. Brooks, K. E. Garner, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant et al:
    The blood groups of the northern Sudanese.
    Annals of Eugenics, London, November 1952, 17 (2): 75-78.
  • I. M. Chaudhri, E.W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant and Jean A. E. Walby:
    The blood groups of the people of north west Pakistan.
    Man, November 1952, 52: 168-169.
  • F. Dreyfuss, E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, and A. E. Mourant:
    An investigation of blood groups and a search for sickle-cell trait in Yemenite Jews. The Lancet, November 22, 1952, 2 (21): 1010-1012.
  • J. B. S. Haldane, A. E. Mourant, J. C. Trevor et al:
    UNESCO's new statement on race. Man, 1952, 52: 78.
  • E. W. Ikin and A. E. Mourant:
    The frequency of the Kidd blood group antigen in Africans. Man, 1952, 52: 21.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The contribution of haematology and genetics to anthropology.
    Bull. Centraal Laboratorium van de Bloedtrans-. fusiedienst van het Nederlandse Roode Kruis, Amsterdam, 1952, 3: 198-201.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The distribution of the blood groups in the Mediterranean countries.
    4th International Congress on Blood Transfusion, 1952: 337-341.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    L'hématologie et l'anthropologie. [Hematology and anthropology.]
    Revue médicale de Liège, November 1, 1952, 7 (21): 698-700.
  • A. E. Mourant, and I. M. Watkin:
    Blood groups, anthropology, and language in Wales and western counties.
    Heredity, 1952, 6: 13-36.
  • A. E. Mourant, E. W. Ikin, A. Hassig et al:
    Über das Vorkommen des Rhesusgens Eu in einer Ostschweizer Familie.
    [Presence of the Rh gen Eu in an Eastern Swiss family]
    Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift, October 25, 1952, 82 (43): 1100-1102.
  • R. E. G. Armattoe, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The ABO, Rh, and MN blood groups of the Ewe and the Ashanti of the Gold Coast. The West African Medical Journal, Nigeria, 1953, 2: 89-93.
  • E. M. Baker, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Shona of southern Rhodesia.
    Heredity, 1953, 7: 131-133.
  • J. N. M. Chalmers, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The ABO, MNS, and Rh blood groups of the Nigerians.
    Annals of Eugenics, London, February 1953, 17 (3): 168-176.
  • J. N. M. Chalmers, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    A study of two unusual blood group antigens in west Africans.
    British Medical Journal, July 25, 1953, 2 (4829): 175-177.
  • C. Choremis, E. W. Ikin, H. Lehman, A. E. Mourant, L. Zannos:
    Sickle-cell trait and blood groups in Greece.
    The Lancet, October 31, 1953, 265 (6792): 909-911.
  • I. Dunsford, Elizabeth W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    A human blood-group gene intermediate between M and N.
    Nature, October 10, 1953, 172 (4380): 688-689.
  • E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, and A. E. Mourant:
    A rabbit serum containing a specific agglutinin for the red cells of the newborn.
    British Medical Journal, September 12, 1953, 2 (4836): 602-604.
  • H. F. Brewer and A. R. Mourant:
    The perils of blood transfusion.
    Transactions of the Medical Society of London, 1953, 69: 13-26; discussion, 26-29.
  • E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, and V. W. Pugh:
    An anti-Rh serum reacting differently with O and A red cells.
    Vox Sanguinis, Basel, 1953, 4: 7478.
  • G. R. Milne, J. Wallace, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The Kidd (anti-Jka) haemagglutinin: a third example.
    The Lancet, March 28, 1953, 1 (6761): 627.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Contribution a la discussion sur la drepanocytose.
    In: Primeiro Coloquio de Haematologia Africana. Lisbon, Portugal: Minist. do Ultramar, 1953, 167-168.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The perils of blood transfusion.
    Transactions of the Medical Society of London, 1953, 69: 22-29.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    La relation entre la distribution des groupes sanguins en Europe et en Afrique.
    In: Primeiro Coloquio de Hematologia Africana. Lisbon, Portugal: Minist. do Ultramar,1953, 23-27.
  • G. Plaut, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, R. Sanger and R. R. Race:
    A new blood group antibody, anti-Jkb.
    Nature, March 7, 1953, 171 (4349): 431.
  • A. Zoutendyk, A. C. Kopeć, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Bushmen.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, September 1953, 11 (3): 361-368.
  • A. C. Allison, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Further observations on blood groups in East African tribes.
    The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1954, 84: 158-162.
  • N. A. Barnicot, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Les groupes sanguins ABO, MNS et Rh des Touareg de l'Air.
    Anthropologie, Paris, 1954, 58: 231-240.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood grouping. British Medical Journal, January 2, 1954, 1 (4852): 37-39.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups.
    Greater London Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service. Q. Circ., 1954: 20: 1-2.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and cancer.
    Acta - Unio internationalis contra cancrum, Louvain, Belgium, 1954, 10: 1391.
  • W. C. Boyd, A. E. Mourant, N. Lahovary:
    Blood groups in racial classification.
    Science, May 28, 1954, 119 (3100): 776-779.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups.
    Oxford, England: Blackwell Scientific Publications 1954.
  • S. Shaw, A. E. Mourant, and E. W. Ikin:
    Hypersplenism with anti-Lutheran antibody following transfusion.
    The Lancet, July 24, 1954, 267 (6830): 170-171.
  • G. W. G. Bird, H. Lehmann, and A. E. Mourant
    A third example of haemoglobin D. Transactions of the Royal Socuety of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, July 1955, 49 (4): 399-400.
  • E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, and A. E. Mourant:
    An agglutinin for the red cells of newborn infants. Report on the 5th International Congress on Blood Transfusion in Paris 1954, 1955: 371-372.
  • J. A. Graff, E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, A. E. Mourant, D. M. Parkin, R. L. Wickremasinghe:
    Haemoglobin E and blood groups in the Veddas.
    The Journal of Physiology, February 28, 1955, 127 (12): 41.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood group distributions and their origin.
    Report on the 5th International Congress on Blood Transfusion in Paris 1954, 1955: 219-224.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The contribution of the blood groups to human classification.
    Archiwum immunologii i terapii doswiadczalnej, Warszawa, 1955, 3: 397-404.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Some aspects of the congenital abnormalities of haemoglobin synthesis.
    Report on the 5th International Congress on Blood Transfusion in Paris 1954, 1955: 342-345.
  • D. F. Roberts, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups of the northern Nilotes.
    Annals of Human Genetics, October 1955, 20 (2): 135-154.
  • M. Aksoy, G. W. Bird, H. Lehmann, A. E. Mourant, H. Thein, R. L. Wickremasinghe:
    Haemoglobin E in Asia.
    The Journal of Physiology, December 29, 1955, 130 (3): 56-57.
  • A. Zoutendyk, A. C. Kopeć, C. Ada, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Hottentots.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, December 1955, 13 (4O): 691-697.
  • A. C. Allison, B. Broman, A. E. Mourant, and L.Ryttinger:
    The blood groups of the Swedish Lapps.
    The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1956, 86: 87-94.
  • G. W. G. Bird, E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups and haemoglobins of the Sikhs.
    Heredity, 1956, 10: 425-429.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and human evolution:
    Presidential address to the Section of Anthropology, 118th annual meeting of the British Association, Sheffield. Adv. Sci. 1956, 50: 91-103.
  • A. E. Mourant: .
    Anthropology and natural selection of blood groups.
    I st International Congress on Human Genetics, 6: 509-515.
    Acta genetica et statistica medica, 1956-1957, 6 (4): 509-514; discussion, 514-515.
  • F. Alberdi, A.C. Allison, B.S. Blumberg, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Spanish Basques. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1957, 87: 217-219.
  • G. W. G. Bird, T. K. Jayaram, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, H. Lehmann:
    The blood groups and haemoglobin of the Gorkhas of Nepal.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, June 1957, 15 (2): 163-169.
  • C. Choremis, L. Zannos, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, H. Lehmann:
    Blood groups of a Greek community with a high sickling frequency.
    The Lancet, December 28, 1957, 273 (7009): 1333-1334.
  • E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, A. C. Kopeć, J. K. Moor-Jankowski, H. J. Huser:
    The blood groups of the western Walsers.
    Vox Sanguinis, July 1957, 2 (3): 159-174.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Rh notation. British Medical Journal, August 24, 1957, 2 (5042): 461-464.
  • M. J. Colbourne, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, H. Lehmann, H. Thein:
    Haemoglobin E and the Diego blood group antigen in Sarawak and Burma.
    Nature, January 11, 1958, 181 (4602): 119-120.
  • E. R. Gold, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Serum containing three Rh autohaemagglutinins.
    British Medical Journal, November 22, 1958, 2 (5107): 1273-1274.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Human and comparative blood group research.
    British Cattle Breeders Club Digest, 1958, 14: 33-38.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Organisation for field research.
    In: The Scope of Physical Anthropology and Its Place in Academic Studies, D.F. Roberts and J.S. Weiner, editors. New York: Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1958: 25-31.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Le rôle des groupes sanguins dans la differenciation des populations.
    2e Congrès National de Transfusion sanguine, Bourdeaux, 1958: 187-198.
  • A. E. Mourant 1958.
    The use of haematological data as a source of anthropological information.
    7th Congress of the International Society of Blood Transfusion, 1958: 187-198.
  • A. E. Mourant, A. C. Kopeć, and K. Domaniewska-Sobczak:
    The ABO Blood Groups: Comprehensive Tables and Maps of World Distribution. Oxford, England: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1958.
  • M. Aksoy, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, J. Lehmann:
    Blood groups, hameoglobins, and thalassemia in Turks in southern Turkey and Eti-Turks. British Medical Journal, , October 18, 1958, 14 (5102): 937-939.
  • G. Plant, P. B. Booth, C.M. Giles, and A. E. Mourant:
    A New example of the Rh antibody, anti-Cx.
    British Medical Journal, May 24, 1958, 1: 1215-1217.
  • C. M. Giles, A. E. Mourant, D.M. Parkin, J. F. Horley, K. J. Tapson:
    A weak B antigen, probably acquired.
    British Medical Journal, July 11, 1959, 2 (5140): 32-34.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and anthropology. British Medical Bulletin, 1959, 15 (2): 140-142.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups: Introduction. British Medical Bulletin, 1959, 15: 89-91.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Jews. Jewish Journal of Sociology, 1959, 1: 155-176.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Human blood groups and natural selection.
    Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 1959, 24: 57-63.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use of genetical characters as indices of population distribution.
    In: Ciba Foundation Symposium on Medical Biology and Etruscan Origins, G. Wolstenholme and C. O'Connor, editors. London, England: J. & A. Churchill Ltd., 1959: 32-34.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups in the study of human populations.
    The Eugenics Review, 1960, 52: 7-18.
  • B. S. Blumberg, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the pastoral Fulani of northern Nigeria and the Yoruba of western Nigeria. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1961, 19: 195-210.
  • E. W. Ikin, H.E.M. Kay, J.H.L. Playfair, and A. E. Mourant:
    Pl antigen in the human fetus. Nature, 1961, 192: 883.
  • A. E. Mourant 1961.
    Achievements and unsolved problems of blood group anthropology.
    Transfusion, Philadelphia, March-April 1961, 1:128-132.
  • A. E. Mourant 1961.
    Blood groups.
    In: Genetical Variation in Human Populations, G. Harrison, editor. New York: Pergamon Press, 1961, 1-15.
  • A. E. Mourant 1961.
    Blood group tests in disputed paternity cases.
    The Eugenics Review, 1961, 53: 131-133.
  • A. E. Mourant 1961.
    Evolution, genetics and anthropology: The Huxley Memorial Lecture.
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1961, 91: 151-156.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The relationship between the blood groups of Eskimos and American Indians and those of the peoples of eastern Asia. Alaska Science Conference, 1961, 11: 1-9.
  • E. J. Clegg, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the Baltis. Vox Sanguinis, September, 1961, 6: 604-614.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The significance of the red-cell antigens.
    In: Functions of the Blood, R. Macfarlane and A. Robb-Smith, editors. New York: Academic Press, 1961: 149-169.
  • M. H. Bennett, A. Bromley, C. M. Giles, J. D. James, A. E. Mourant, G. Plaut:
    A blood group B gene with variable expression.
    Vox Sanguinis, September-October 1962, 7:579-584.
  • G. W. G. Bird, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant et al:
    The blood groups and haemoglobin of the Malayalis.
    In: Indian Anthropology, T.N. Madan and G. Sarana, editors. London, England: Asia Publishing House, 1962: 221-226.
  • E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    A survey of some genetical characters in Ethiopian tribes. V. The blood groups of the Tigre, Billen, Amhara, and other Ethiopian populations.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1962, 20: 183-189.
  • A. E. Mourant 1962.
    Blood Groups and the Study of Mankind.
    London, England: Great Britain Ministry of Health, 1962.
  • A. E. Mourant 1962.
    Blood groups of the Pacific area.
    8th Congress of the International Society of Blood Transfusion,
    Bibliotheca haematologica, 1962, 13: 149-153.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    L'hématologie, base de l'anthropologie moderne.
    Transfusion (Paris), 1962, 5: 213-218.
    [Hematology, the basis of modern anthropology.]
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Notes on blood groups in India.
    In: Indian Anthropology, T. Madan and G. Sarana, editors
    London, England: Asia Publishing House, 1962: 185-192.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use in anthropology of blood groups and other genetical characters.
    The Journal of African History, 1962, 3: 291-296.
  • J. O. O'Riordan, J. L. Wilkinson, C. M. Huth, T. E. Wilson, A. E. Mourant, C. M. Giles:
    The Rh gene complex cdE". Vox Sanguinis, 1962, 7: 14-21.
  • A. Adams, M. Bat-Miriam, N. A. Barnicot, H. Lehmann, A. E. Mourant et al:
    A survey of some genetical characters in Ethiopian tribes.
    2nd International Congress on Human Genetics, 1963: 568-571.
  • C. M. Giles, A. E. Mourant, and A.H. Atabuddin:
    A Lewis-negative "Bombay" blood.
    Vox Sanguinis, May-June 1963, 8: 269-272.
  • R. H. Johnson, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups of the Ait Haddidu Berbers of Morocco.
    Human Biology, December 1963, 35: 514-523.
  • H. Lehmann, G. Maranjian, and A. E. Mourant. 1963.
    Distribution of sickle-cell haemoglobin in Saudi Arabia.
    Nature May 4, 1963, 198: 492-493.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood group incompatibilities in genetical counseling.
    2nd International Congress on Human Genetics, 1963: 1974-1981.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups in southwest Asia.
    In: The Genetics of Migrant and Isolate Populations, E. Goldschmidt, editor. Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 1963: 27-32.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups in the teaching of genetics.
    In: Teaching Genetics, C. Darlington and A. Bradshaw, editors. London, England: Olivier and Boyd, 1963: 68-73.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The genetical study of human and bovine populations.
    In: Man and Cattle, A. Mourant and F. Zeuner, editors. London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1863, 21-24.
  • E. Topley, J. P. Bull, d'A.W. Maycock, A. E. Mourant et al:
    The relation of the isoagglutinins in pooled plasma to the haemolytic anaemia of burns. Journal of Clinical Pathology, 1963, 16: 79-86.
  • R. L. Wickramasinghe, E.W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant and H.Lehmann:
    The blood groups and haemoglobins of the Veddahs of Ceylon.
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1963, 93: 117-125.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Gruppy Krovi narodov severnoy Evropy i Az
    [Blood groups in the population of northern Europe and northern Asia].
    In: Modern Anthropology. Transactions of the Moscow Society of Naturalists. Moscow, USSR: Moscow University, 14: 4653.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The International Biological Programme.
    The Eugenics Review, January 1964, 55: 201-206.
  • E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, and H. Lehmann:
    The blood groups and haemoglobin of the Assyrians of Iraq.
    Man, 1965, 65: 110-111.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The eugenics society and social research.
    The Eugenics Review, January 1964, 55: 207-209.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and racial groups. Listener, April 1965, 1:488-489.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The establishment of an international panel of blood donors of rare types.
    Vox Sanguinis, March-April 1965, 10: 129-132.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Geographie et anthropologie des hemotypes extra-erythrocytaires.
    Transfusion, Paris, 8: 367-376.
  • R. W. Lister, N. W. M. Orr, D. Botting, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant and H. Lehmann:
    The blood groups and haemoglobin of the Bedouin of Socotra.
    Man, 1966, 1: 82-86.
  • G. Maranjian, E. W. Ikin, A. E. Mourant, H. Lehmann:
    The blood groups and haemoglobins of the Saudi Arabians.
    Human Biology, December 1966, 38 (4): 394-420.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    La distribution mondiale des groupes sanguins.
    In: Centre de Transfusion Sanguine 1946-1966. Geneva, Switzerland, 73-83.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Genetics and the geographical distribution of diseases.
    The New Zealand Medical Journal, Hematol. Suppl, 1966, 65 :824-826.
  • D. F. Roberts, M. Evans, E.W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and the affinities of the Canary Islanders.
    Man, 1966, 1: 512-525.
  • K. L. G. Goldsmith, A. E. Mourant and D.R. Bangham:
    The international standard for anti-Rho (anti-D) incomplete blood typing serum.
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1967, 36 (3): 435-445.
  • A. E. Mourant, and D. Tills:
    The International Biological Programme with particular reference to the Human Adaptability Section. Institute of Biology Journal, 1967, 14: 24-27.
  • E. Mourant, and D. Tills:
    Phosphoglucomutase frequencies in Habbanite Jews and Icelanders.
    Nature, May 20, 1967, 214 (5090): 810.
  • A. M. El Hassan, Marilyn G. Godber, Ada C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, P. Teesdale, D. Tills and H. Lehmann:
    The hereditary blood factors of the Beja of the Sudan.
    Man, 1968, June 3 (2): 272-283.
  • B. G. Glasgow, M. J. Goodwin, F. Jackson, A. C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, H. Lehmann, D. Tills:
    The blood groups, serum groups, and haemoglobins of the inhabitants of Lunana and Thimbu, Bhutan. Vox Sanguinis, 1968, 14: 31-42.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood group surveys under the International Biological Programme.
    Materialy i prace antropologiczne, 1968, 75: 213-215.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Genetical polymorphisms and the incidence of disease.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 1968, 61 (2): 163.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The immunology of blood transfusion and tissue transplantation.
    St. Bartholomew's Hospital Journal, London 1968, 72 93-94.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The Nuffield blood group centre. Proceedings of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1968: 70-73.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Some aspects of the International Biological Programme.
    In: Haldane and Modern Biology, K. Dronamraju, ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1968: 319-325.
  • A. E. Mourant, L. Beckman, G. Beckman, L. O. Nilsson, D. Tills:
    Erythrocyte lactate dehydrogenase variants in the Icelandic and Swedish populations.
    Acta genetica et statistica medica, 1968, 18 (6): 553-555.
  • A. E. Mourant, M.J. Godber, A.C. Kopeć et al. 1968.
    The hereditary blood factors of some populations in Bhutan. Anthropologist, Delhi, special volume 1968: 29-43. Harrison, G.A., C.F. Kuchemann, M.A.S.
  • G. A. Harrison, C. F. Küchemann, M. A. S. Moore, A. J. Boyce, T. Baju, A. E. Mourant, M. J. Godber, B. G. Glasgow, A. C. Kopeć, D. Tills, E. J. Clegg:
    The effects of altitudinal variation in Ethiopian populations.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, 1969, 256: 147-182.
  • R. G. Harvey, M. J. Godber, A. C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills:
    Frequency of genetic traits in the Caribs of Dominica.
    Human Biology, September 1969, 41 (4): 342-364.
  • M. Godber, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills:
    Electrophoretic preparations, maps and apparatus, illustrating the distribution of blood groups, plasma proteins and erythrocyte enzymes in human populations.
    The Journal of Physiology, February 1969, 200 (2): 90 passim.
  • E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, A. E. Mourant et al:
    The blood groups and haemoglobins of the Burmese. Man, 1969, 4: 118-122.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood collection and subdivision.
    In: Human Biology: A Guide to Field Methods, J. Weiner and J. Lourie, eds. IBP Handbook 9. Oxford, England: Blackwell Scientific, 1969: 78-83.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Gastric and esophageal cancer in the Welsh.
    British Medical Journal, June 21, 1969, 2 (5659): 759.
  • A. E. Mourant and D. Tills:
    Transport of blood specimens.
    In: Human Biology: A Guide to Field Methods, J. Weiner and J. Lourie, editors. IBP Handbook 9. Oxford, England: Blackwell Scientific, 1969: 85-91.
  • B. Bonne, S. Ashbel, M. Modai, M. J. Godber, A. E. Mourant et al. 1970.
    The Habbanite isolate. I. Genetic markers of the blood.
    Human Heredity, 1970 (6), 20: 609-620.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Foreword to The Distribution of the Blood Groups in the United Kingdom, by A.C. Kopeć. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1970: 7-9.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Fish stocks: biochemical and serological identification.
    Science, March 27, 1970 167 (926): 1760-1761.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use of blood groups in the study of populations.
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, February 13, 1970, 169 (1): 194-198.
  • D. Tills, J. L. Branden, V. R. Clements, and A. E. Mourant:
    The distribution in man of genetic variants of 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase. Human Heredity, 1970, 20 (5): 523-529.
  • D. Tills, J. L. Van den Branden, V. R. Clements, and A. E. Mourant:
    The world distribution of electrophoretic variants of the red cell enzyme adenylate kinase (ATP: AMP phosphotransferase), EC 2.7.4.3.
    Human Heredity, 1970, 20 (5): 517-522.
  • B. Bonné, M. Godber, S. Ashbel, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills:
    South-Sinai Bedouin: A preliminary report on their inherited blood factors.
    American Journal of Physical Anthropology May 1971, 34 (3): 397-408.
  • J. L. Van den Branden, V. R. Clements, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills:
    The distribution in human populations of genetic variants of adenosine deaminase.
    Human Heredity, 1971, 21 (1): 61-63.
  • D. Tills, J. L. Van den Branden, V. R. Clements, A. E. Mourant:
    The distribution in man of genetic variants of 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase. Human Heredity, 1971, 21 (3): 305-308.
  • A. W. Eriksson, J. Fellman, M. Kirjarinta, M. R. Eskola, S. Singh, H. G. Benkmann, H. W. Goedde, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, W. Lehmann:
    Adenylate kinase polymorphism in populations in Finland (Swedes, Finns, Lapps), in Maris and in Greenland Eskimos. Humangenetik, 1971, 12 (2): 123-130.
  • A. W. Eriksson, A.W., M. Kirjarinta, T. Lehtosalo, P. Kajanoja, W. Lehmann, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, S. Si9ngh, H. G. Benkmann, L. Hirth, H. W. Goedde:
    Red cell phosphoglucomutase polymorphism in Finland-Swedes, Finns, Finnish Lapps, Maris (Cheremisses), and Greenland Eskimos and segregation studies of PGM, types in Lapp families. Human Heredity. 1971, 21 (2): 140-153.
  • D. Tills, J. L. Van den Branden, V. R. Clements, A. E. Mourant:
    The world distribution of electrophoretic variants of the red cell enzyme adenylate kinase. Human Heredity, 1971;21 (3): 302-304.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Foreword to Anthropologic and Other Applications of Blood Grouping Data.
    Selected Contributions to the Literature of Blood Groups and Immunology.
    Fort Knox, TN: US Army Medical Research Laboratory, 1971, volume 4, part 1: 3-4.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Les groupes sanguins des populations du bassin Mediterranéen.
    In Biologie et généetique de l'homme Miditerraneen. Tunisia: Hammamet, 1971: 65-70.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Human biology and physical anthropology: Contribution to the results of an enquiry. In: Biologia Humana y/o Antropologia Fisica, J. Comas et al., edsitors. Mexico, 1971: 79-80.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Quelques aspects de la repartition mondiale des groupes sanguins erythrocytaires.
    In: La Recombinaison Bacterienne, Hémotypologie et Cytogénétique. Toulouse, France: Société Francaise de Génétique, 1971: 195-201.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Transduction and skeletal evolution.
    Nature, June 18, 1971, 231 (5303): 466-467.
  • A. E. Mourant, A.C. Kopeć, and K. Domaniewska-Sobczak:
    Blood groups and blood clotting.
    The Lancet, January 30, 1971, 1 (7692): 223-228.
  • D. Tills, A. E. Mourant, and A. Jamieson:
    Red-cell enzyme variants of Icelandic and North Sea cod (Gadus morhua).
    Proces-Verbal de la Reunion du Conseil International d'Exploration de la Mer, 1971, 161: 73-74.
  • T. E. B. Leakey, A.R. Coward, A. Warlow, and A. E. Mourant:
    The distribution in human populations of electrophoretic variants of cytoplasmic malate dehydrogenase. Human Heredity. 1972, 22 (5): 542-551.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    ABO blood groups and abortion. British Medical Journal, 1972, 4:547.
  • R. Warwick, A.E. Raynes, E. W. Ikin, and A. E. Mourant:
    The blood groups of the inhabitants of Lipari (Aeolian Islands, Italy).
    Human Biology, December 1972, 44 (4): 649-654.
  • O. Bjarnason, V. Bjarnason, J.H. Edwards, S. Fridriksson, M. Magnusson, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills:
    The blood groups of Icelanders.
    Annals of Human Genetics, April 1973, 36 (4): 425-458.
  • M. J. Godber, A.C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, E. E. Lehmann:
    Biological studies of Yemenite and Kurdish Jews in Israel and other population groups in southwest Asia. IX. The hereditary blood factors of the Yemenite and Kurdish Jews.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, October 18, 1973, 266 (876): 169-184.
  • H. Lehmann, F. Ala, S. Hedeyat, K. Montazemi, H. K. Nejad, S. Lightman, A.C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, P. Teesdaloe, D. Tills:.
    Biological studies of Yemenite and Kurdish Jews in Israel and other population groups in southwest Asia. XI. The hereditary blood factors of the Kurds of Iran.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, October 18, 1973, 266 (876): 195-205.
  • O. G. Edholm, S. Samueloff, A. E. Mourant, R. H. Fox, J. A. Lourie, H. Lehmann, E. E. Lehmann, S. Bavly, G. Beaven, Z. Even-Paz:
    Biological studies of Yemenite and Kurdish Jews in Israel and other population groups in southwest Asia. XIII. Conclusion and summary.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, October 18, 1973, 266 (876): 221-224.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Associations between hereditary blood factors and diseases.
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1973, 49 (1): 93-101.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Biochemical polymorphisms in anthropology.
    In: Histocompatibility Testing 1972, J. Dausset and J. Colombani, editors. Copenhagen, Denmark: Munksgaard, 1973.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The evolution of brain size, speech, and psycho-sexual development.
    Current Anthropology, Chicago, 1973, 14: 30-32.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    On lactase deficiency. Current Anthropology, 1973, 14: 504-505.
  • A. Marengo-Rowe, K. Aviet, M. J. Godber, A. C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, B. J. Woodhead:
    The inherited blood factors of the inhabitants of southern Arabia.
    Annals of Human Biology, July 1974, 1 (3) 311-326.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and disease. Haematologia, Budapest, 1974, 8 (1-4): 183-194.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Les groups sanguins des Basques.
    Cahiers d'anthropologie et d'écologie humaine, 1974, 2: 149-151.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The hereditary blood factors of the peoples of New Guinea and the surrounding regions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences, 1974, 268 (893): 251-255.
  • A. E. Mourant, A. C. Kopeć, E. W. Ikin, H. Lehmann, P. Bowen-Simpkins, I. L. Ferguson, M. D. Hellier, R. D. Jones, A. Roberts:
    The blood groups and haemoglobins of the Kunama and Baria of Eritrea, Ethiopia. Annals of Human Biology, October 1974, 1 (4): 383-392.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Comment on "New evidence for a late introduction of malaria into the New World" by Corinne S. Wood. Current Anthropology, 1975, 16: 100.
  • M. Godber, A. C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, P. Teesdale, D. Tills, J. S. Weiner, H. El-Niel, C. H. Wood, S. Barley:
    The blood groups, serum groups, red-cell isoenzymes and haemoglobins of the Sandawe and Nyaturu of Tanzania.
    Annals of Human Biology, September 1976, 3 (5): 463-473.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and disease. Biotest Bulletin, 1976, 1: 1-14.
  • A. E. Mourant, A .C. Kopeć, and K. Domaniewska-Sobczak:
    The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups and Other Polymorphisms.
    2d ed. London, England: Oxford University Press, 1976.
  • A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, and K. Domaniewska-Sobczak:
    Sunshine and the geographical distribution of the alleles of the Gc system of plasma proteins. Human Genetics, August 30, 1976, 33: 17-22.
  • A. E. Mourant, M.J. Godber, A .C. Kopeć, D. Tills, B. G. Woodhead:
    Genetical studies at high and low altitudes in Ethiopia.
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Contgaining Papers of a Biological character, London, August 27, 1976, 194 (114): 17-22.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Disease associations with polymorphisms other than HLA.
    In: HLA and Disease, J. Dausset and A. Svejgaard, editors. Copenhagen, Denmark: Munksgaard, 1977.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The genetic markers of the blood.
    In Population Structure and Human Variation, G. Harrison, editor. International Biological Programme 11. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1977.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Why are there blood groups?
    In: The Encyclopedia of Ignorance, R. Duncan and M. Weston-Smith, eds. Oxford, England: Pergamon Press, 1977, 311-316.
  • D. Tills, P. Tisdale, and A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups of the Irish.
    Annals of Human Biology, January 1977, 4 (1): 2342.
  • D. Tills, A. Warlow, A. E. Mourant, A.C. Kopeć, O. G. Edholm, G. Garrard:
    The blood groups and other hereditary factors of Yemenite and Kurdish Jews.
    Annals of Human Biology, May 1977, 4 (3): 259-274.
  • R. G. Harvey, D. Tills, A. E. Mourant, E. R. Giblett, H. Cleve, A. G. Beam, R. B. McConnell:
    Blood groups, serum protein and enzymes of the Ainu of Hokkaido.
    Human Biology, December 1978, 50 (4): 425-450.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Blood groups and medicine.
    Royal Anthropological Institute News, 1978, 27: 2-5.
  • A. E. Mourant, A.C. Kopeć, and K. Domaniewska-Sobczak:
    Blood Groups and Diseases.
    Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1978.
  • A. E. Mourant, A.C. Kopeć, K. Domaniewski-Sobczak:
    The Genetics of the Jews. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1978.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Contribution to discussion of "Of Eskimo Origins" by E.J.E. Szathmary and N.S. Ossenberg. Current Anthropology, 1979, 20: 162.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use of anthropological data in forensic haemotology. 8 Internationale Tagung der Gesellschaft fur Forensiche Blutgruppenkunde e V. D., 1979.
  • D. Tills, A.C. Kopeć, R.F. Fox, and A. E. Mourant:
    The inherited blood factors of some northern Nigerians.
    Human Heredity. 1979, 29 (3): 172-176.
  • Anonymous [A. E. Mourant]:
    Genetic associations of glaucoma.
    The British Journal of Ophthalmology, London, 1980, 64: 225-226.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Gastrointestinal disease associations.
    In The Genetics and Heterogeneity of Common Gastrointestinal Disorders, J. Rotter, J. Samloff, and D. Rimoin, eds. New York: Academic Press, 1980: 509-527.
  • A. E. Mourant 1980.
    Linkage equilibrium and disequilibrium in human population studies.
    Annals of Human Biology, Marc h-April 1980, 7 (2): 109-114.
  • B. P. Booth, A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, A.C. Kopeć, A. Warlow, P. Teesdale, R. W. Hornabrook, R. W. Crane, J. J. Saave:
    Genetic surveys from the Central, Morobe, and Northern Districts, Papua, New Guinea. Annals of Human Biology, September-October 1981, 8 (5): 435-445.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    John Ranulph de la Haule Marett, Pioneer Biological Anthropologist.
    The Marett Memorial Lecture, 1978, Exeter College, Oxford. Jersey, United Kingdom: Société Jersiaise, 1981.
  • A. E. Mourant, D. Tills, A.C. Kopeć, A. Warlow, P. Teesdale, P. B. Booth, R. W. Hornabrook:
    Red cell antigen, serum protein, and red cell enzyme polymorphisms in inhabitants of the Jimi Valley, Western Highlands, New Guinea. Human Genetics, 1981, 59 (1): 77-80.
  • R. J. Mitchell, D. Tills, A. Warlow, A.C. Kopeć, E. Sunderland, A. E. Mourant, A. Marin:
    Genetic studies of the population of the Isle of Man.
    Annals of Human Biology, January-February 1982, 9 (1): 57-68.
  • D. Tills, A. Warlow, A. C. Kopeć, S. Fredriksson, and A. E. Mourant.
    The blood groups and other hereditary blood factors of the Icelanders.
    Annals of Human Biology, November-December 1982, 9 (6): 507-520.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    ABH secretion and natural selection.
    Annals of Human Biology, November-December 1982, 9 (6): 575-577.
  • P. B. Booth, D. Tills, A. Warlow, A. C. Kopeć, A. E. Mourant, P. Teesdale, R. W. Hornabrook:
    Red cell antigen, serum protein and red cell enzyme polymorphisms in Karkar Islanders and inhabitants of the adjacent North Coast of New Guinea.
    Human Heredity, 1982, 32 (6): 385-403.
  • D. Tills, Al. C. Kopeć, A. Warlow, N. A. Bamicot, A. E. Mourant, A. Marin, F. J. Bennett, J. C. Woodburn:
    Blood group, protein, and red cell enzyme polymorphisms of the Hadza of Tanzania. Human Gednetics, 1982, 61 (1): 52-59.
  • A. E. Mourant:.
    Blood Relations: Blood Groups and Anthropology.
    Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1983.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The discovery of the anti-globulin test.
    Vox Sanguinis, 1983, 45 (2):180-183.
  • A. E. Mourant 1983.
    Dosage effects in the Duffy, Ss, and Rh systems.
    Transfusion, Philadelphia, July-August 1983, 23 (4): 361.
  • A. E. Mourant 1983.
    Foreword to The Distribution of the Human Blood Groups Supplement 1, by D. Tills, A.C. Kopeć, and R.E. Tills. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 13.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Identification of the antibody anti-e.
    Vox Sanguinis, 1983, 44: 260-264.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Associations between blood groups and diseases.
    Disease Markers, Amsterdam, 1985, 3: 1-7.
  • A. E. Mourant 1986.
    Que reste-t-il en Europe de l'Ouest de la marque celtique sur le plan immunogenetique? Journées brestoises d'immunogénétique, 1986: 64-70.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The use of red-cell blood groups in population genetics.
    In: Genetique des Populations Humaines, F. Ohayon and A. Cambon-Thomsen, eds. Coll. INSERM, 1986, 142: 95-104. A. E. Mourant:
    Haemotology, ethnography and thrombosis.
    British Medical Journal, Clinical research Edition, January 24, 1987, 294 (6566): 246.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Review of Genetic Variation and Its Maintenance with Particular Reference to Tropical Populations, D. Roberts and G. de Stefano, editors.
    Biological Society, 1987, 4: 149-150.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Why Arthur Mourant decided to say 'no' to Ronald Fisher. The Scientist, 1988, 12: 11.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    The nature of human genetic variation.
    Current Contents, This Week's Citation Classic, July 10, 1989: 12.
  • A. E. Mourant:
    Recent advances in the study of associations between infection and genetic markers.
    FEMS Microbiology Immunology, Amsterdam, June 1989, 47 (6-7): 317-320.
  • Derek F. Roberts
    Obituary: Arthur Mourant (1904-1994).
    Human Biology, Detroit, April 1997, 69 (2): 277-279.

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