Population Frequencies And Putative Haplotypes Of The Killer Cell Inhibitory Receptor (Kir) Sequences And Evidence for Recombination

C.S. Witt, C. Dewing, D.C. Sayer, M. Uhrberg, P. Parham, Frank Christiansen

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings. 1999 Annual Scientific Meeting of Australasian and South East Asian Tissue Typing Association (ASEATTA).
Place of PublicationAuckland, New Zealand
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Witt, C. S., Dewing, C., Sayer, D. C., Uhrberg, M., Parham, P., & Christiansen, F. (1999). Population Frequencies And Putative Haplotypes Of The Killer Cell Inhibitory Receptor (Kir) Sequences And Evidence for Recombination. In Proceedings. 1999 Annual Scientific Meeting of Australasian and South East Asian Tissue Typing Association (ASEATTA). Auckland, New Zealand.