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, 35 (2), 279-80

The cis-AB01 Allele Originated From the A105 Allele, and Not From the A102 Allele

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The cis-AB01 Allele Originated From the A105 Allele, and Not From the A102 Allele

Sung-Jin Yang et al. Ann Lab Med.

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The molecular origin of the cis-AB01 allele is the A105 allele, but not the A102 allele. The cis-AB01 allele has five point mutations compared to the A101 allele as follows: 1142C>T in intron 4, 163T>C and 179C>T in intron 6, 467C>T and 803G>C in exon 7. The cis-AB01 allele has the only one nucleotide difference of 803G>C compared with the A105 allele. Abbreviations: Ex, exon; Int, intron.

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