16th IHIW: Extending the number of resources and bioinformatics analysis for the investigation of HLA rare alleles

@article{GonzalezGalarza201316thIE,
  title={16th IHIW: Extending the number of resources and bioinformatics analysis for the investigation of HLA rare alleles},
  author={F. Gonzalez-Galarza and S. Mack and J. Hollenbach and M. Fernandez-Vina and M. Setterholm and J. Kempenich and S. Marsh and Andrew R. Jones and D. Middleton},
  journal={International Journal of Immunogenetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={40}
}
Continuing a project presented at the 15th International HLA and Immunogenetics Workshop (IHIWS) on the rarity of HLA alleles, we sought to expand the number of data sources and bioinformatics tools available in the Allele Frequencies Net Database website (AFND, www.allelefrequencies.net). In this 16th IHIWS Rare Alleles project, HLA alleles described in the latest IMGT/HLA Database (release 3.8.0) were queried against different sources including data from registries (stem cell) and from 74… Expand
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