Allele Frequencies in World Populations

HLA Database Allele Report

The list below shows all populations in AFND that contains the allele. If an allele has an entry with a lower resolution this will be shown at the end.

Allele: 
   

B*50:01:01

 
Allele reported 13 time(s) and present in 13 population(s).

Population Phenotype
Frequency (%)
Allele
Frequency
(in_decimals)
Sample
Size
IMGT/HLA¹
Database
Distribution² Haplotype³
Association
Notesª
SAUSaudi Arabia pop 526.60.1582158See
LBYLibya Cyrenaica0.1440118See
ESPSpain, Canary Islands, Gran canaria island5.10.0256215See
CRICosta Rica Guanacaste Mestizo (G)4.60.0230110See
NICNicaragua Mestizo (G)2.00.0100155See
ZAFSouth African Indian population2.00.010050See
POLPoland BMR1.90.009523595See
INDIndia Karnataka Kannada Speaking1.70.0090174See
INDIndia Kerala Malayalam speaking1.10.0060356See
INDIndia Andhra Pradesh Telugu Speaking1.10.0054186See
CRICosta Rica Central Valley Mestizo (G)1.00.0050221See
CRICosta Rica African -Caribbean (G)1.00.0050102See
ENGEngland Blood Donors of Mixed Ethnicity0.80.0039519See

Frequency data at lower resolution for this allele can be found in links below


Allele  Number of Populations 
  B*50373 
  B*50:01258 

Notes:

* Allele Frequency: Total number of copies of the allele in the population sample (Alleles / 2n) in decimal format.
   Important: This field has been expanded to four decimals to better represent frequencies of large datasets (e.g. where sample size > 1000 individuals)
* Phenotype Frequency: Percentage of individuals who have the allele or gene (Individuals / n).
* Allele Frequencies shown in green were calculated from Phenotype Frequencies assuming Hardy-Weinberg proportions.

¹ IMGT/HLA Database - For more details of the allele.
² Distribution - Graphical distribution of the allele.
³ Haplotype Association - Find HLA haplotypes with this allele.
ª Notes - See notes for ambiguous combinations of alleles.




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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