NMDP Registry Haplotype Frequencies

The high-resolution frequencies have been updated as of September 2011. Please download the latest frequency tables and updated manuscript tables and figures.

For complete details on this study refer to the publication:

Gragert, L., Madbouly, A., Freeman, J., & Maiers, M. (2013). Six-locus high resolution HLA haplotype frequencies derived from mixed-resolution DNA typing for the entire US donor registry. Human Immunology, 74(10), 1313–1320. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.humimm.2013.06.025.

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