PMID: 6973561Dec 1, 1980Paper

Association of B cell alloantigen with juvenile onset diabetes mellitus in the Japanese

Human Immunology
J MoriuchiK Itakura


Sixty-four Japanese insulin dependent juvenile onset diabetes mellitus (JOD) were studied in relation to HLA-A, B, and DR. Significant deviations were observed. HLA-Bw54 was increased (PF = 49.2%, RR = 6.4) and HLA-B5 was decreased (PF = 7.9%, RR = 0.19). Using radioimmunoassay, two HLA-DR antigens were investigated. Hon 7 antigen, so-called MT3 (WIA4x7), which has linkage disequilibrium between HLA-BW54, is highly associated (PF = 96.9%, RR = 27.8) with JOD found in the Japanese.


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