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Molecular basis of the D variant phenotypes DNU and DII allows localization of critical amino acids required for expression of Rh D epitopes epD3, 4 and 9 to the sixth external domain of the Rh D protein

British Journal of Haematology

May 1, 1997

Neil David AventCarole A Green

PMID: 9163603

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The discovery of Rh partial D variant red cells by discrepant reactions with different monoclonal anti-D has demonstrated the range of Rh D epitopes that have arisen due to alterations in Rh D protein structure. There are two current classification systems, one which uses a nine epitope...read more

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Amino Acid [EPC]
RHD protein, human
Sequence Analysis
Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Antigenic Specificity
Point Mutation
Menopause
Phenotype Determination
Epitope Mapping
Erythrocytes
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Molecular basis of the D variant phenotypes DNU and DII allows localization of critical amino acids required for expression of Rh D epitopes epD3, 4 and 9 to the sixth external domain of the Rh D protein

British Journal of Haematology

May 1, 1997

Neil David AventCarole A Green

PMID: 9163603

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Abstract

The discovery of Rh partial D variant red cells by discrepant reactions with different monoclonal anti-D has demonstrated the range of Rh D epitopes that have arisen due to alterations in Rh D protein structure. There are two current classification systems, one which uses a nine epitope...read more

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Amino Acid [EPC]
RHD protein, human
Sequence Analysis
Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Antigenic Specificity
Paper Details
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