The nucleotide sequence data reported in this paper will appear in EMBL under the accession number Z34824. The name listed for this sequence has been officially assigned by the WHO Nomenclature Committee in July 1994. This follows the agreed policy that, subject to the conditions stated in the most recent Nomenclature Report (1), names will be assigned to new sequences as they are identified. Lists of such new names will be published in the following WHO Nomenclature Report.
An HLA-DR11 variant (HLA-DRB 1*1115) segregating in a family of Turkish origina
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Copyright © 1995 Munksgaard
Volume 45, Issue 2, pages 143–144, February 1995
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Fischer, G. F., Faé, I., Petrasek, M., Haas, H. and Mayr, W. R. (1995), An HLA-DR11 variant (HLA-DRB 1*1115) segregating in a family of Turkish origin. Tissue Antigens, 45: 143–144. doi: 10.1111/j.1399-0039.1995.tb02432.x
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- Received July 12, 1994, revised, accepted for publication September 22, 1994
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