Allele Frequencies in World Populations

KIR Database Genotype Information

This module displays all populations that contain this genotype. The list of populations is sorted by frequency in descending order.
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Genotype ID:

64

Group:

Bx

3DL1 2DL1 2DL3 2DS4 2DL2 2DL5 3DS1 2DS1 2DS2 2DS3 2DS5 2DL4 3DL2 3DL3 2DP1 3DP1
                

Geographic Region Population Frequency (%) Sample Size Comments
Sub-Saharan AfricaSouth African Mixed ancestry KIR2.0050
Sub-Saharan AfricaSouth African Indian KIR2.0050
South and Central AmericaArgentina Chiriguano KIR1.9054
South-East AsiaVietnam Hanoi KIR pop 21.40140
South-East AsiaChina Yunnan Province Fengyandong Han KIR1.1093
South AsiaIndia Northeast Ahom1.00104
Sub-Saharan AfricaSouth African Caucasian KIR1.0097
South and Central AmericaBrazil Parana Japanese KIR 0.902143DP1 not tested.
Sub-Saharan AfricaSouth African Black African KIR0.60167
South and Central AmericaBrazil Belem Mixed KIR0.503473DP1 not tested.
South-East AsiaSingapore Chinese KIR pop 20.50210
Western AsiaIran Fars Persian KIR0.40248
North AmericaUSA Caucasian KIR0.40255
South and Central AmericaBrazil Parana Mixed KIR0.30289
South and Central AmericaArgentina Buenos Aires KIR0.20365


Nearest Genotypes


The following section shows a list of the closest genotypes that are related to this particular genotype.
These genotypes only differ in one gene which is denoted by an X. The list is sorted by the number of populations in descending order.

3DL1 2DL1 2DL3 2DS4 2DL2 2DL5 3DS1 2DS1 2DS2 2DS3 2DS5 2DL4 3DL2 3DL3 2DP1 3DP1 Genotype ID Pops Individuals
        X       7119515
    X           8113431
          X     581525
       X        33779
      X         33945
         X      38433

Geographic distribution


Frequency
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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.
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