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Mirfat Mirfat

Bio: Mirfat Mirfat is an academic researcher from YARSI University. The author has contributed to research in topics: ABO blood group system & Asthma. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 4 publications receiving 4 citations.

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TL;DR: The aim of this study was to investigate the distribution of fingerprint patterns based on ABO blood groups and implied an association between dermatoglyphics and blood groups.
Abstract: Fingerprints are probably the most common biometric technique used in personal identification. The potential of fingerprints to determine sex and human identification has been well exhibited. However, very few studies have been conducted correlating finger prints with blood groups. The aim of this study was to investigate the distribution of fingerprint patterns based on ABO blood groups. The total sample consisted of 302 medical students of YARSI University Jakarta comprising of 187 females and 115 males. The fingerprint patterns were classified into arches, loops (ulnar and radial), whorls. counted and comprised triradius and total ridge count. The data analysis used Chi Square and Student-T test.The study results indicated that there were fourth especially pattern type. Significantly (p<0.05), frequency of loop types (60.36%) was highest in B blood, whorl type was highest in O blood (40.45%) and arches in AB blood was higher (5.12%) as compared to other groups. Dankmeijer indices of O and AB blood were 3.78 and 11.34, respectively. There were indicated significantly (p<0.05) difference of average ridge count total among ABO blood groups. This study implied an association between dermatoglyphics and blood groups. How to Cite Susmiarsih, T. P., Mustofa, M. S., & Mirfat, M. (2016). A Dermatoglyphic Study: Association of Fingerprint Patterns Among ABO Blood Groups. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education , 8(3), 294-300.

3 citations

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TL;DR: The dermatoglyphics pattern on breast cancer patients in Dharmais Cancer Hospital dominated by a radial loop pattern, with the most significant percentage on the middle finger 62% and 77%, respectively.
Abstract: Dermatoglyphics is a study of the epidermal ridge in fingers, palms, soles, toes, and formed under genetic control at the beginning of the development of the fetus around 6–7 weeks and continues until 20–21 weeks. The development of the breast begins in a 6-week-old fetus in the epidermis and at the bottom of the mesenchyme. The development of the finger ridges and breast occurs at six weeks of gestation, and the abnormal genomes can be detected at this period and observed through dermatoglyphics. The purpose of this study was to determine the dermatoglyphic patterns of breast cancer patients in Dharmais Cancer Hospital from 12 December 2018 to 1 January 2019. The study was a descriptive study with a purposive sampling method for the determination of the sample. The quantitative data collected using questionnaires while the prints of dermatoglyphic patterns were from the fingertips of the respondent. From 100 respondents, the left-hand fingers and right-hand fingers dominated by radial loop pattern with the most significant percentage on the middle finger 62% and 77%, respectively. While the ring finger dominated by the plain whorl pattern 43%. In conclusion, the dermatoglyphics pattern on breast cancer patients in Dharmais Cancer Hospital dominated by a radial loop pattern. POLA DERMATOGLIFI TANGAN PASIEN KANKER PAYUDARA DI RUMAH SAKIT KANKER DHARMAIS Dermatoglifi merupakan ilmu yang mempelajari tentang pola sulur pada jari, telapak tangan, telapak kaki, dan jari kaki yang terbentuk di bawah kontrol genetik pada awal perkembangan usia janin sekitar 6–7 minggu serta terus berkembang sampai usia 20–21 minggu. Perkembangan payudara dimulai pada janin berusia 6 minggu dalam bentuk gumpalan padat yang berada di epidermis dan di bagian bawah mesenkim. Perkembangan sulur dermal dan payudara terjadi pada usia kehamilan enam minggu dan genom tidak abnormal dapat dideteksi pada periode ini dan dapat teramati melalui dermatoglifi. Tujuan penelitian ini mengetahui pola dermatoglifi pada pasien kanker payudara di Rumah Sakit Kanker Dharmais dari tanggal 12 Desember 2018 hingga 1 Januari 2019. Penelitian ini merupakan studi deskriptif dengan metode purposive sampling untuk penentuan sampel. Data kuantitatif diperoleh dengan menggunakan kuesioner, sedangkan cetakan pola dermatoglifi berasal dari ujung jari tangan responden. Dari 100 responden, jari tangan kiri dan jari tangan kanan didominasi oleh pola radial loop dengan persentase terbesar pada jari tengah sebesar 62% dan 77% masing-masing. Sementara jari manis didominasi oleh pola plain whorl sebesar 43%. Simpulan, pola dermatoglifi pada pasien kanker payudara di Rumah Sakit Kanker Dharmais didominasi oleh pola radial loop .

2 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , pengetahuan and perilaku tangan pakai sabun (CTPS) masih menjadi masalah di dunia maupun di Indonesia.
Abstract: Cuci tangan pakai sabun (CTPS) memiliki peranan dalam memutus rantai penularan penyakit menular. Rendahnya pengetahuan dan perilaku CTPS masih menjadi masalah di dunia maupun di Indonesia. Pengetahuan dan perilaku CTPS yang baik dapat menurunkan penyebaran penyakit dimasa mendatang. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui hubungan pengetahuan dan perilaku cuci tangan pakai sabun (CTPS) pada ibu di Posyandu Dahlia Kampung Kabandungan Sukaresmi Cipayung Bogor.Penelitian ini menggunakan rancangan penelitian cross sectional yang dilakukan pada bulan Juli 2020 sampai dengan Oktober 2020 dengan cara pengambilan sampel menggunakan teknik total sampling. Sampel pada penelitian ini adalah seluruh ibu yang terdaftar di Posyandu Dahlia Kampung Kabandungan Sukaresmi Cipayung Bogor pada bulan Juni 2020 dengan total sebanyak 163 responden yang terbagi menjadi tiga posyandu yaitu Dahlia I, II, dan III. Data diambil melalui pengisian kuesioner yang diisi secara online melalui google form. Metode analisis yang digunakan adalah univariat dan bivariat.Analisa secara statistik didapatkan 85,3% responden memiliki pengetahuan CTPS yang baik dan 3,7% responden memiliki perilaku CTPS yang buruk. Tidak didapatkan hubungan bermakna antara pengetahuan CTPS dengan perilaku CTPS ibu (p-value = 0,215).Ibu di Posyandu Dahlia Kampung Kabandunga Sukaresmi Cipayung Bogor memiliki pengetahuan dan perilaku CTPS yang baik. Sosialisasi penerapan protokol COVID-19 memiliki peranan besar dalam peningkatan pengetahuan dan perilaku cuci tangan pakai sabun (CTPS) ibu.
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31 Dec 2020
TL;DR: In this article, PTC seseorang dapat berguna dan penting untuk mempelajari keragaman genetik pada populasi manusia.
Abstract: Kemampuan mengecap PTC seseorang dapat berguna dan penting untuk mempelajari keragaman genetik pada populasi manusia. Sensitivitas rasa PTC penting dalam pemilihan makanan. Golongan darah ABO merupakan sistem darah yang penting dalam klinis, genetik, dan antropologi. Tujuan penelitian adalah mengetahui frekuensi tester dan genotipnya pada mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas YARSI Tahun Akademik 2019 dihubungkan dengan golongan darah sistem ABO. Metode penelitian adalah eksperimental dengan rancangan cross sectional. Tes PTC dilakukan menggunakan kertas lakmus PTC. Data golongan darah diperoleh dari kuisioner. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa dari 213 mahasiswa didapatkan mahasiswa tester sebanyak 153 dan nontester sebanyak 60. Diantara mahasiswa tester sebagian besar berjenis kelamin perempuan. Frekuensi gen t sebesar 0,5306 dan frekuensi gen T sebesar 0,4694. Mahasiswa bergolongan darah O paling tinggi dan golongan AB paling rendah. Berdasarkan kemampuan mengecap rasa pahit (tester/ non tester) dan jenis kelamin, frekuensi tertinggi adalah golongan darah O pada laki-laki tester dan perempuan non tester, sedangkan frekuensi terendah adalah golongan AB pada laki-laki non tester. Disimpulkan bahwa kemampuan mengecap PTC mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas YARSI Angkatan 2019 memiliki insidensi testernya tinggi dan didominasi mahasiswa perempuan. Distribusi frekuensi golongan darah O paling tinggi dan golongan darah AB paling rendah pada laki-laki tester dan perempuan non tester.
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TL;DR: Gangguan pengecapan terhadap phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) merupakan suatu sifat ying diwariskan and berpengaruh terhadapan preferensi makanan serta diet as mentioned in this paper .
Abstract: Gangguan pengecapan terhadap phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) merupakan suatu sifat yang diwariskan dan berpengaruh terhadap preferensi makanan serta diet. Hal ini akan berpengaruh terhadap berat badan/adipositas yang berperan sebagai kontributor terhadap berbagai komorbid seperti obesitas. Obesitas merupakan salah satu penyebab utama berbagai komplikasi kesehatan di negara-negara berkembang terutama pada orang dewasa. Tujuan penelitian adalah mengetahui korelasi antara Indeks Masa Tubuh dengan kemampuan mengecap phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) pada mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas YARSI Angkatan 2019.Metode penelitian adalah kuantitatif dengan jenis penelitian eksperimental dan rancangan cross sectional. Subyek diintruksikan untuk menjulurkan lidahnya, dan diteteteskan larutan phenylthiocarbamide di bagian tengah lidah. Kemudian ditanya, apa yg dia rasakan, pahit atau tidak pahit. Pengumpulan data tentang berat badan dan tinggi badan dilakukan dengan cara kuisioner.Hasil penelitian menunjukkan sebagian besar mahasiswa Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas YARSI Angkatan 2019 memiliki rata-rata Berat Badan, Tinggi Badan dan Indeks Masa Tubuh (IMT) masing-masing adalah sebesar 61,1888 kg ± 15,4728, 162,74 cm ± 0,1018 dan 23,0426 ± 5,0450. Menurut klasifikasi WHO sebagian besar sampel memiliki berat badan ideal. Dari pengujian PTC didapatkan insidensi kelompok taster sebesar 71, 5 % dan kelompok nontaster sebesar 28,5 %. Tidak ada korelasi yang signifikan antara IMT dengan kemampuan sebagai taster atau non taster (p 0,05).Disimpulkan bahwa kemampuan mengecap PTC tidak mempengaruhi Indeks Masa Tubuh (IMT) pada mahasiswa FK Universitas YARSI Angkatan 2019. Sebagian besar mahasiswa memiliki Indeks Masa Tubuh ideal

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01 Jan 2016

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TL;DR: The reliability of the correlation of dactylographic pattern with sex and blood group requires many more studies which include a larger sample sizes, as each fingerprint facilitates them to be efficiently used in many forensic applications and identification of an individual in mob catastrophes.
Abstract: Background: Dermatoglyphics is one of the tools for recognition and forensic exploration as it is anecdotal amongst different population groups across the world. It plays a dynamic role in the medical analysis of hereditary diseases and also in disclosing offenses. Objective: To find the correlation between the fingerprint patterns of the student community concerning their blood groups and gender. Methods: 138 students from the Department of Zoology, Yogi Vemana University during the years 2015-2019 comprising of 39 (28.2%) males and 99 (71.7%) females within the age group of 22-25 were selected for the present study. The fingerprints of the subjects were taken using the stamp pad ink method and the obtained blueprints were classified into three primary fingerprint patterns (loop, whorl, and arch) and recorded. Statistical analysis was executed with the aid of Microsoft Excel 2007 and IBM SPSS 21.0 version. Chisquare analysis was used to verify the association between fingerprints and sex. Results: The common distribution patterns of fingerprints demonstrated high frequency (72.3%) of loops, whorls with moderate (24.9%) and arches with least (2.68%) frequency. Almost the same array was detected in both Rh+ve and Rh-ve individuals and A, B, AB, and O blood groups. The chi-square test revealed that there was no association between fingerprint pattern and A, B, AB, and O blood groups when results combined between both genders. The chi-square test results show that there is no association between fingerprint patterns and A, B, and O blood groups however, the chi-square value is zero as the little fingers of AB blood group students have no arches. The chi-square results also exhibited that there is no association between fingerprint patterns and Rh blood group as only B and O have Rh-ve individuals whereas A and AB blood groups are purely Rh+ve. Conclusion: This study concludes that the distribution of fingerprint patterns is neither related to gender nor blood groups. The uniqueness of each fingerprint facilitates them to be efficiently used in many forensic applications and identification of an individual in mob catastrophes. Hence, the reliability of the correlation of dactylographic pattern with sex and blood group requires many more studies which include a larger sample sizes.

6 citations

01 Aug 2014
TL;DR: Dermatoglyphics may help in using fingerprints as an important aid in blood group determination and vice versa and thus enhancing the accuracy of finger prints in detection of criminals.
Abstract: Aims: Traditional methods of personal identification include anthropometry, dermatoglyphics, DNA finger-typing and differentiation by blood groups. Among these, fingerprints are probably the most common biometric technique used in this context, allowing fast and secure identification. In recent years, the potential of finger prints to determine sex and human identification has been well exhibited. However, very few studies have been conducted correlating finger prints with blood groups. Hence the aim is to study the distribution of different finger prints among the subjects with different ABO and Rh blood groups. Methods: The total sample consisted of 200 BDS students comprising of 143 females and 57 males. All the individuals’ finger prints and blood groups were studied. The fingerprint patterns were identified based on the appearance of ridge lines and classified into loops, whorls and arches. Blood groups were analyzed by placing a drop of blood on the slide and treated with anti-sera. The data was statistically analyzed using Z - test. Results: Loops were the predominant pattern; followed by whorls and arches. Majority of the subjects belonged to blood group O; followed by A, B and AB. Statistically in blood group B, frequency of loops was significantly higher as compared to other groups (p<0.001). Further frequency of loops was significantly (p<0.001) highest in Rh-positive subjects and Rh negative subjects had significantly higher proportion of whorls. Conclusion: Our study results showed that there is an association between finger prints and blood groups. Accordingly dermatoglyphics may help in using fingerprints as an important aid in blood group determination and vice versa and thus enhancing the accuracy of finger prints in detection of criminals.

3 citations

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23 Nov 2017
TL;DR: In this article, the distribution of fingerprint pattern and the total ridge of students from various ethnis in Madiun were found by using Proportional Stratified Random Sampling (PSR) method.
Abstract: The research aimed to find the distribution of fingerprint pattern and the total ridge of students from various ethnis in Madiun. The research was conducted in five Universities in Madiun using Proportional Stratified Random Sampling method. The taking of the fingerprint was conducted by pressing the fingers of each student on the ink pad and the press them on the while paper. The fingerprint patterns were counted by percentage of each pattern and the total ridges of each ethnic were counted by average. The result of the research showed that 10 ethnic had a higher percentage of loop pattern out of 11, they are Javanese (60,4%), Dayak (69%), Flores (50,59%), Batakese (56%), Lampung (90%), Balinese (70%), Mentawai (50%), Banjar (60%), Madurese (100%), and Betawi (70%). Minang ethnic had a higher whorl pattern than other patterns, that is 70%. The highest average of the total ridge could be found in Batakese 196,33 while the lowest average of the total ridge could be found in Madurese 70. It can be concluded that there was different percentage of each pattern and each total ridge in 11 ethnic.

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TL;DR: The results of the present study may help in creating a data bank for biometrics, which can be useful for diagnosing associated diseases and also help in identification of individuals as discussed by the authors .
Abstract: PurposeFingerprints and blood samples are important for the identification of individuals and criminals. The present study aims to identify the predominant fingerprint patterns and the association between the fingerprint patterns and ABO–Rh blood groups in Omani population.Design/methodology/approachA cross-sectional study was conducted on 200 Omani individuals aged 18 years (104 males and 96 females). The imprints of all right and left-hand fingers were taken, and the types of the fingerprints were determined using a standard protocol. The blood group of all the subjects was recorded. Chi-square test was performed to identify the association between the fingerprint patterns and the ABO and Rh blood groups.FindingsThe loop fingerprint pattern was the most common in Omani subjects (49.4%), followed by whorl (44.9%) and arch (5.7%) pattern. A significant association (p < 0.001) was found between gender and fingerprint pattern. The loop was the highest occurring pattern in the females (54.6%), while the whorl was more in males (50.0%). The whorl pattern was the most common in the AB+ and O− groups. The loop was a predominant pattern in the A+, A−, B+, B− and O+ groups. The Chi-square test also revealed a significant correlation between different fingerprint patterns and blood groups of the subjects (p < 0.001).Originality/valueThe present study is an outcome of undergraduate student's research project thesis for the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program. The results of the present study may help in creating a data bank for biometrics, which can be useful for diagnosing associated diseases and also help in identification of individuals.