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KIR Genotypes

Presently this list consists of 594 different KIR genotypes found in 18,981 individuals from 157 populations.

How to search


User can search genotype information by:
  • Filtering one or more specific Populations,
  • choosing a Group (AA, Bx),
  • specifying a country to compare its frequencies,
  • selecting a set of loci if user does not know a complete genotype.
    e.g. 3DL1 positive(1), 2DL1 negative(0), 2DL3-3DP1 not known(leave blank) or not tested(n).

Group Nomenclature (AA, Bx)


First consideration is that if any of genes 2DL2, 2DL5, 3DS1, 2DS1, 2DS2, 2DS3, 2DS5 are present, genotype is taken as having B.
If none of these are present genotype is considered as AA. We have not attempted to distinguished between AB and BB genotypes and called any of these Bx.

Several of the genotypes only occur in one population and indeed only in one individual, and other genotypes will look strange to the experienced observer. Therefore, some of these genotypes may be incorrectly typed. However for completion purposes we have included all genotypes reported in the literature or reported directly to us and for the present leave it to you to decide.

Colour Code

Positive
Not tested
 Negative

Specific Population Notes

 nSample Size
 a2DL5 not tested
 b3DL3 not tested
 c2DP1 and 3DP1 not tested
 d2DL4 not tested
 fOnly common genotypes frequencies were published
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Haplotype Group:  Genotype ID:  Country:  Times found in pops : Source of dataset: 
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Genotype: 3DL1 2DL1 2DL3 2DS4 2DL2 2DL5 3DS1 2DS1 2DS2 2DS3 2DS5 2DL4 3DL2 3DL3 2DP1 3DP1
   
[1=Positive, 0=negative, n=not tested, leave blank for not known]
   

  Worldwide
Macedonia KIR (n=214)
Hapl GroupGenotype ID ¹ 3DL1 2DL1 2DL3 2DS4 2DL2 2DL5 3DS1 2DS1 2DS2 2DS3 2DS5 2DL4 3DL2 3DL3 2DP1 3DP1PopulationsIndividualsPopulation on which the unique genotype was found ²
AA 1 156 5,357   21.5
Bx 6 125 726   3.7
Bx 7 109 485   2.8
Bx 3 135 925   1.9
Bx 18 28 52   0.9
Bx 13 71 170   2.8
Bx 11 51 105   2.8
Bx 9 93 262   2.3
Bx 5 130 1,212   3.7
Bx 319 6 10   0.9
Bx 233 11 42   2.3
Bx 63 10 24   0.9
Bx 336 5 6   0.5
Bx 373 1 2 Macedonia KIR 0.9
Bx 370 3 5   1.4
Bx 371 3 4   0.5
Bx 268 3 3   0.5
Bx 62 19 40   1.4
Bx 4 145 1,666   12.6
Bx 19 42 83   0.5
Bx 28 42 72   0.5
Bx 8 106 409   0.9
Bx 2 145 1,902   5.1
Bx 33 24 50   0.5
Bx 200 25 58   0.5
Bx 372 5 5   0.5
Bx 202 12 29   1.4
Bx 16 12 26   0.5
Bx 14 56 153   1.4
Bx 205 5 6   0.5
Bx 15 51 138   4.2
Bx 10 40 66   0.5
Bx 260 12 22   0.9
Bx 23 24 44   0.5
Bx 73 71 223   2.3
Bx 90 52 124   0.9
Bx 113 18 26   0.5
Bx 71 92 357   1.9
Bx 379 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5
Bx 378 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5
Bx 317 4 6   1.4
Bx 363 5 5   0.5
Bx 380 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5
Bx 359 5 5   0.5
Bx 374 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5
Bx 76 37 73   0.9
Bx 72 50 138   0.5
Bx 87 22 46   0.5
Bx 70 83 232   0.9
Bx 159 18 41   0.5
Bx 294 4 5   0.5
Bx 69 86 231   0.9
Bx 375 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5
Bx 318 2 2   0.5
Bx 377 2 4   1.4
Bx 376 1 1 Macedonia KIR 0.5

¹ Genotype ID - ID assigned by the Allele Frequency Net Database. Please use this number for citations.
² Unique population on which the genotype has been found.

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