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In the 1960s Karlin and Bodmer established an active programme in mathematical population genetics with NIH support that, in turn, supported the work of Ewens and Feldman with Karlin. Subsequently Karlin established a similar programme in Israel. The overall contributions of Karlin to population genetics and molecular biology are briefly reviewed from a personal perspective.


Journal article


Theor Popul Biol

Publication Date





230 - 232


Alleles, Genetic Linkage, Genetics, Population, History, 20th Century, History, 21st Century, Models, Genetic, National Institutes of Health (U.S.), Selection, Genetic, United States