Allele Frequencies in World Populations

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Line Haplotype Population Frequency (%) Sample Size Distribution¹
 1  A*02:07-B*46:01-DRB1*08:03  China Jiangsu Han 0.96003,238
 2  A*02:07-B*46:01-DRB1*09:01  China Jiangsu Han 2.79003,238
 3  A*30:01-B*13:02-DRB1*07:01  China Jiangsu Han 8.87003,238
 4  A*33:03-B*44:03-DRB1*13:02  China Jiangsu Han 2.14003,238
 5  A*33:03-B*58:01-DRB1*03:01  China Jiangsu Han 2.59003,238
 6  A*33:03-B*58:01-DRB1*13:02  China Jiangsu Han 1.71003,238

Notes:

* Haplotype Frequencies: Total number of copies of the haplotype in the population sample (Haplotypes / 2n) shown in percentages (%).
   Important: This field has been expanded to two decimals to better represent frequencies of large datasets (e.g. where sample size > 1000 individuals)
¹ Distribution - Shows the geographic distribution in overlaid maps of the complete haplotype (left icon) or the input alleles if low level resolution was entered (right icon).




   

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