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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 74, Number 2, August 2009

A short history of HLA
pp. 101-116(16)
Author: Thorsby

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Role of non-HLA genetic variants in end-stage renal disease
pp. 147-155(9)
Authors: Ranganath; Tripathi; Sharma; Sankhwar; Agrawal

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HLA haplotypes and birth weight variation: is your future going to be light or heavy?
pp. 156-163(8)
Authors: Capittini; Pasi; Bergamaschi; Tinelli; De Silvestri; Mercati; Badulli; Garlaschelli; Sbarsi; Guarene; Martinetti; Salvaneschi; Cuccia

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HLA-B*15 subtypes in Burmese population by sequence-based typing
pp. 164-167(4)
Authors: Kongmaroeng; Romphruk; Ruangwerayut; Paupairoj; Leelayuwat; Inoko; Romphruk

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HLA-B*1832, a novel B allele was found through high-resolution HLA typing of a Spanish blood donor
pp. 170-172(3)
Authors: Witter; Conrad; Bernhard; Albert; Kauke

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A novel HLA-Cw*07 variant, HLA-Cw*0760, identified by sequence-based typing in a bone marrow donor
pp. 172-173(2)
Authors: Martínez-Martínez; González-Santesteban; Agustí-Martí; Pérez-Ranz; de la Calle-Martín

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Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, update January 2009
pp. 177-179(3)
Author: Marsh, Steven G. E.

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Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, update February 2009
pp. 180-182(3)
Author: Marsh, Steven G. E.

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Nomenclature for factors of the HLA system, update March 2009
pp. 183-186(4)
Author: Marsh, Steven G. E.

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Erratum
pp. 187-187(1)

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