Allele Frequencies in World Populations

KIR and diseases » Add New Disease Association Study

Instructions: Add Demographic Data

Please provide demographic data regarding your KIR and diseases association study by completing the form below.

Note that we also accept submissions of studies where no association with KIR genes was found.

Demographic Data » Frequency Data » Raw Data » Confirmation

Studied disease:

*Disease:
 
If your study is associated with two or more diseases or conditions, select the option "Other" above to type this data.
 

Sample geographic information:

City:
Province:
*Country:
 
Click here to find geographical coordinates. Hold and drag the pinpoint to the desirable location. To adjust the zoom, drag the scrollbar inside the map. Type geographical coordinates in the fields below.
Latitude: º   ' 
Longitude: º   ' 
 
Ethnicity:
 

Samples:

Read the instructions of how to fill "Sample Size" fields clicking here.
*Sample Size (n): Controls:        Special Controls:       Patients:
*Method(s) Used: SSP    SSOP    SSCP    SBT    Sequencing    RSCA    RFLP    Other   
 
 Sample Source:
Controls/Special Controls:
 

Contact and Details:

*Corresponding Author:
Please, enter a valid e-mail. It will be required in case dataset needs to be updated.
We will not send you spam mails.
*E-mail:
Authors:
e.g. Gonzalez-Galarza FF, Christmas S, Middleton D, Jones AR.
*Study Year:
 
 If your control sample has already been submitted to AFND, select its "Population Name". Click here to check details of populations previously submitted).
AFND Population Name:
 
*Has the study been published? Yes No
If your study has been published, please indicate its PMID (PubMed Reference ID):
PMID:   Don't know how to locate PMID? Click here.
 
Extra Notes:
"Extra Notes" field is optional, but there are some important informations you may want to add here if any of the following applies:
  • If your controls are defined as "Special Controls", specify the reason.
  • Your control sample is from a diferent location than patient sample.
  • Your study is multicentric (in this case, indicate geographic locations).
  • Your publication is not assigned to a PMID.
Additionally, feel free to add any other information you consider relevant.
 
* Mandatory fields.
 
   

Allele frequency net: a database and online repository for immune gene frequencies in worldwide populations.
Gonzalez-Galarza FF, Christmas S, Middleton D and Jones AR Nucleic Acid Research 2011, 39, D913-D919.
Liverpool, U.K.

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