HLA-A*68:02:11, a new HLA-A*68 allele identified during family HLA typing

Ulrich, S.; Posch, U.; Helmberg, W.; Schlenke, P.
October 2016
HLA: Immune Response Genetics;Oct2016, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p197
Academic Journal
A*68:02:11 differs from A*68:02:01 by a silent mutation in codon 122.


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