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|HLA Dictionary Data|
(assigned type >0.55)
|Cells Tested||Assigned Type||Cells Tested||Assigned Type||Cells Tested||Assigned Type|
|Alleles are presented with their four digit number designation, because silent substitutions (represented by the fifth and sixth digit) do not influence the antigenic expression.||This summarises the author's view on the most probable serologic equivalent for the alleles, which may differ from the WHO HLA assigned type.||This details the serologic equivalents that are presented in the regular updates of the WHO nomenclature report.||Number of cells tested.||The International Cell Exchange (UCLA), with its primary emphasis on recruitment of cells with new or rare alleles, contributed updated equivalent information for a number of specificities.||Number of cells tested.||A reanalysis of the HLA typings in the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) volunteer donor database provided more reliable serologic equivalents for the DNA-typed samples. The percentage of the assigned type is given in brackets.||Number of cells tested.||Serologic equivalents have also been studied as a project of the 13th International Histocompatibility Workshop. For this project, a large number of cell samples with rare and newly identified HLA-A, -B and -C alleles were collected worldwide and tested with well-defined sets of serologic reagents.||The NN assignments in the tables include both training and test assignments which reached a value of >0.55. Additional values of <0.55 but >0.40 that might represent alternative assignments are described in the comments column of the tables. The updated and extended data from the second set of NN are provided at www.nmdpresearch.org.||Additional comments.|