Kidd blood group system: outwardly simple with hidden complexity
ISBT Education. Hamilton J. Jun 3, 2018; 218837
Topic: Phenotype/genotype relationship
Janis Hamilton
Janis Hamilton
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1) Review basic information on JK antigens and antibodies
2) Discuss current information on variant and null alleles and basis of In(Jk) Jk null phenotype
3) Introduce topology model that locates codons from variant and null SNP alleles in the JK protein
4) Discuss the impact of variant alleles on JK serological studies
5) Examine the role of JK antibodies in renal transplant
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