Molecular genetic basis of the human Rhesus blood group system

@article{Mouro1993MolecularGB,
  title={Molecular genetic basis of the human Rhesus blood group system},
  author={I. Mouro and Y. Colin and B. Ch{\'e}rif-Zahar and J. Cartron and C. Kim},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={1993},
  volume={5},
  pages={62-65}
}
The Rhesus (RH) blood group locus is composed of two related structural genes, D and CcEe, that encode red cell membrane proteins carrying the D, Cc and Ee antigens. As demonstrated previously, the RhD–positive/RhD–negative polymorphism is associated with the presence or the absence of the D gene. Sequence analysis of transcripts and genomic DNA from individuals that belong to different Rh phenotypes were performed to determine the molecular basis of the C/c and E/e polymorphisms. The E and e… Expand
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