HLA-G gene polymorphism segregation within CEPH reference families.

Abstract

HLA-G, a nonclassical HLA class I antigen, presents tissue-restricted expression on human trophoblasts and may play an important role in immune tolerance of mother-versus-fetus. In this work we have demonstrated extensive HLA-G genomic polymorphism within three CEPH reference families, by PCR-SSCP analysis and direct sequencing. Among six unrelated parents… (More)

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@article{Kirszenbaum1997HLAGGP, title={HLA-G gene polymorphism segregation within CEPH reference families.}, author={Marek Kirszenbaum and Sami Djoulah and Jacques Hors and Isabelle Le Gall and Elisabeth de Oliveira and Sandrine Prost and Jean B. Dausset and Edgardo Delfino Carosella}, journal={Human immunology}, year={1997}, volume={53 2}, pages={140-7} }