Bat-1 genes and the origin of multiple class I loci in the H-2D region

  title={Bat-1 genes and the origin of multiple class I loci in the H-2D region},
  author={Joanne M. Wroblewski and Steven G. Kaminsky and Ichiro Nakamura},
The structural organization of the H-2 complex, particularly in the telomeric class I regions D, Q, and TL, is subject to considerable variation from one haplotype to another. In the H-2b and H-2k haplotypes, and presumably in most other haplotypes, the D region consists of a single class I locus (Weiss et al. 1984; Stephan et al. 1986). In the H-2d and H-2q, and presumably in H-2v, the D region contains five class I loci, D, D2, D3, D4, and L (Stephan et al. 1986; Duran et al. 1989; Rubocki et… CONTINUE READING

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