Allele Frequencies in World Populations

KIR Database » Linkage disequilibrium in KIR genes

 KIR gene organisation

The figures shown below present a summary of relationships between KIR genes organised by telomeric (blue) and centromeric (red) content. The aim of these figure is to describe the strongest linkage (values from 0-100%) among the different KIR genes. Gene association values are estimated usin the genotype list which is available on the website.

   
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Total individuals analysed: 214

 


Overall linkage


 
 CentromericTelomeric
 
 3DL3 579059423695981001009439304894100
  2DS2 4697647252555657545551565557
   2DL3 49393088929090863832468590
    2DL2 657155575859565653575659
     2DL5 7438424242387874753842
      2DS3 39383636356754633636
       2DL1 969495933729459395
        2DP1 9998923830489398
         3DP1 1009339314994100
          2DL4 9439304894100
           3DL1 3526429994
            3DS1 80813539
             2DS5 802730
              2DS1 4348
               2DS4 94
                3DL2 




Both genes positive


 
 CentromericTelomeric
 3DL3 579059423695981001009439304894100
  2DS2 4656313252555657522519305357
   2DL3 49352886909090853426428590
    2DL2 333354575859542721325559
     2DL5 2637414242372923323742
      2DS3 35363636332110233336
       2DL1 949495913527449195
        2DP1 9898923829479398
         3DP1 1009339304894100
          2DL4 9439304894100
           3DL1 3425429394
            3DS1 25343439
             2DS5 292630
              2DS1 4348
               2DS4 94
                3DL2 




Both genes negative



 
 CentromericTelomeric
 3DL3 000000000000000
  2DS2 04133400000229322620
   2DL3 0422200156400
    2DL2 32380000129322510
     2DL5 481100149514310
      2DS3 4200346443930
       2DL1 100212120
        2DP1 00001100
         3DP1 0000000
          2DL4 000000
           3DL1 11050
            3DS1 554700
             2DS5 5110
              2DS1 00
               2DS4 0
                3DL2 

   

Allele frequency net 2015 update: new features for HLA epitopes, KIR and disease and HLA adverse drug reaction associations.
Gonzalez-Galarza FF, Takeshita LY, Santos EJ, Kempson F, Maia MH, Silva AL, Silva AL, Ghattaoraya GS, Alfirevic A, Jones AR and Middleton D Nucleic Acid Research 2015, 39, 28, D784-8.
Liverpool, U.K.

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