Gene frequencies of the HPA‐15 (Gov) platelet alloantigen system in Brazilians

@article{Cardone2004GeneFO,
  title={Gene frequencies of the HPA‐15 (Gov) platelet alloantigen system in Brazilians},
  author={J. D. B. Cardone and A. Chiba and E. Botur{\~a}o-Neto and J. P. Vieira-Filho and J. Bordin},
  journal={Transfusion Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={14}
}
Summary.  The HPA‐15 (Gov) alloantigen is a biallelic co‐dominant system on human platelets, and its allele HPA‐15a and HPA‐15b differ by an A→C single nucleotide polymorphism at nucleotide 2108 of the coding sequence resulting in a Tyr682Ser substitution in the mature CD109 glycoprotein. 
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