Unique sequences for two HLA-DRB1 genes expressed on distinct DRw6 haplotypes

@article{Petersdorf2004UniqueSF,
  title={Unique sequences for two HLA-DRB1 genes expressed on distinct DRw6 haplotypes},
  author={E. Petersdorf and R. Griffith and H. Erlich and E. Mickelson and Anajane G. Smith and B. Nisperos and Paul J. Martin and J. Hansen},
  journal={Immunogenetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={96-103}
}
We have used restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis and DNA sequencing to characterize two distinct DRB1 alleles expressed on DRw52 and DQw7-associated haplotypes but not readily defined by conventional DR serology. These two haplotypes, designated HLA-D “HAG” and “PEV”, react variably with DRw13(w6), DRw14(w6), and the more broad DR “3+6” antisera. Analysis of RFLP revealed that HLA-D “HAG” and “PEV” are associated with different DRw52 variants, and that “HAG” is… Expand
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