can you please outline any studies conducted from the anthropological perspective.
(These is a general definition part and how it is related to anthropology, will try to add research part as well after more finding suitable sources)
So, both of the above techniques includes learning about the disease the reason behind it which can cause variation among population living in different areas, also in between the population of same area, causes of syndromes, chromosomal aberrations etc. and serogenetics on the otherhand helps in understanding indirectly about the DNA so it was also in use before recombinant DNA technology i.e. the more accurate and direct was not developed for finding faults and aberrations in DNA.
And all the above given examples are part of physical or biological part of anthropology, so this is how these two fields are important from the context of anthropology.