Frequencies of the major alleles of the Diego, Dombrock,Yt, and Ok blood group systems in the Chinese Han, Hui, and Tibetan nationalities

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Frequencies of the major alleles of the Diego, Dombrock,Yt, and Ok blood group systems in the Chinese Han, Hui, and Tibetan nationalities

Tongmao Zhao / Mengli Liu / Dongling Jiang / Sheng Liu

Keywords : Diego, Dombrock, Yt, Ok blood group systems, gene frequencies, PCR–SSP genotyping, Chinese populations

Citation Information : Immunohematology. Volume 19, Issue 1, Pages 22-25, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21307/immunohematology-2019-470

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Published Online: 14-October-2020

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The frequencies of the major alleles of the Diego,Dombrock,Yt,and Ok blood group systems in the Chinese Han, Hui, and Tibetan nationalities were determined using a DNA-based PCR–sequencespecific primers (SSP) genotyping technique. The frequencies of Dia , Dib , Doa , and Dob genes were 0.0295, 0.9705, 0.1159, and 0.8841 in 220 Chinese North Han, respectively. The Yta gene frequencies were 0.9928, 0.9917, and 0.9983 in 277 Han, 300 Hui, and 303 Tibetan blood donors, respectively. No Ok(a–) individuals were found in 304 Han, 300 Hui, and 303 Tibetan individuals.

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