Allele Frequencies in World Populations

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Line Allele Population % of individuals
that have the allele/gene
Allele
Frequency
(3 decimals)
Sample
Size
IPD-KIR
Database¹
Distribution² Notes³
 1  2DL1  Sweden KIR 98.0  102See
 2  2DL2  Sweden KIR 42.2  102See
 3  2DL3  Sweden KIR 96.1  102See
 4  2DL4  Sweden KIR 99.0  102See
 5  2DL5  Sweden KIR 49.0  102See
 6  2DP1  Sweden KIR 97.1  102See
 7  2DS1  Sweden KIR 43.1  102See
 8  2DS2  Sweden KIR 41.2  102See
 9  2DS3  Sweden KIR 26.5  102See
 10  2DS4  Sweden KIR 97.1  102See
 11  2DS5  Sweden KIR 31.4  102See
 12  3DL1  Sweden KIR 100.0  102See
 13  3DL2  Sweden KIR 99.0  102See
 14  3DL3  Sweden KIR 99.0  102See
 15  3DP1  Sweden KIR 100.0  102See
 16  3DS1  Sweden KIR 45.1  102See

Notes:

* Allele Frequency: Total number of copies of the allele in the population sample (Alleles / 2n) in three decimal format.
* % of individuals that have the allele: Percentage of individuals who have the allele or gene in the population (Individuals / n).

¹ IPD-KIR Database - For more details of the allele.
² Distribution - Graphical display of the distribution of the allele.
³ 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.
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