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Colombia Bogota Cord Blood Bank - Test

Polymorphic Region:

Demographic Data

  Ethnic origin: Mestizo
  Geographic Region: South and Central America
  Latitude: 4� 40' N
  Longitude: 74� 5' W
  Family: Parents live at same location
  Urban/Rural: Urban

Sample Data

  Sample Size: 1463
  Test date: 2017
  Method(s): NGS
  Source: Other
  Loci typed: A, B, C, DQB1, DRB1
  Additional notes: All UCB units for clinical purposes were typed in high-resolution for HLA-A, -B, -C, -DRB1 and -DQB1 loci. Next-generation high-throughput sequence (NGS) typing was performed at the sequencing laboratory accredited by ASHI, Histogenetics Inc. In HLA

Bibliographic Reference

  Author(s): Pez-Gutirrez, Ivn Aurelio
  Publication details: Colombia is a South American country with an approximate population of 41.5 million people according to the latest official report published in 2005 [1] (a national census is currently being performed).Colombian population is divided into four main groups of heritage: Mestizo or nonindigenous (35 million, 84.16%), Indigenous (1.4 million, 3.36%), Afro-colombian (4.3 million, 10.40%) and Romani (c.a. 5000, 0.01%). The most spoken language in Colombia is Spanish, however there are at least 87 different ethnic groups (including three Afro-colombian and one Romani) which represent 70 linguistic groups. Several genetic composition studies show that Colombian population has an European, Native American and African ancestry which changes according to the geographic location. This admixture results from the Spanish colonization and African slave trade. Bogot is located at the central area of the country and is the capital of Colombia. People living in Bogot belong to different ethnic groups:
  Author's e-mail: iapaezg@gmail.com

Frequency Data

Allele Frequencies Haplotype Frequencies  Genotype Data
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Ambiguity-resolved Genotype Data
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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.
Liverpool, U.K.


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