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Antigen Society #14 Report (B40 CREG, BW60, BW61, BW41, BW48, B13)

  • R. M. Radvany
  • J. van Munster
  • S. Nakata
  • A. A. Biegel
  • Y. K. Paik
  • D. Middleton
  • K. Tokunaga
  • E. Gyodi
  • N. Nagao
  • N. Straachan
  • N. Tokashige
  • P. Reekers
  • H. Amemiya
  • S. H. Chan
  • P. Chiewsilp
  • R. Fong
  • T. Frazer
  • T. Fukunishi
  • R. Garrido
  • K. Gelsthorpe
  • P. Holland
  • S. Hsia
  • X. Jingjuan
  • M. Kreisler
  • D. McCluskey
  • H. Mervart
  • K. Omori
  • H. Saji
  • K. Sakagami
  • M. Tada
  • K. Taniwaki
  • L. de Waal
  • L. J. Kennedy
  • G. Woodfield
  • Y. Sun

Abstract

In the Tenth International Histocompatibility Workshop the B40 CREG was studied by Antigen Society No. 14. Thirty laboratories analyzed 854 cells against 89 Core and 81 Antigen Society antisera. The cells were of Chinese, Japanese, Polynesian, Moluccan, Maori, Thai, Gypsy, South African and Caucasoid origin. Initial antigen assignments of cells were based on the typing with sera from the Ninth International Histocompatibility Workshop (9IHW) and of local origin.

Keywords

Tissue Antigen Short Variety Joint Report Reactive Seron International Histocompatibility Workshop 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. M. Radvany
  • J. van Munster
  • S. Nakata
  • A. A. Biegel
  • Y. K. Paik
  • D. Middleton
  • K. Tokunaga
  • E. Gyodi
    • 1
  • N. Nagao
    • 2
  • N. Straachan
  • N. Tokashige
  • P. Reekers
  • H. Amemiya
  • S. H. Chan
  • P. Chiewsilp
  • R. Fong
  • T. Frazer
  • T. Fukunishi
  • R. Garrido
  • K. Gelsthorpe
  • P. Holland
  • S. Hsia
  • X. Jingjuan
  • M. Kreisler
  • D. McCluskey
  • H. Mervart
  • K. Omori
    • 3
  • H. Saji
    • 4
  • K. Sakagami
    • 5
  • M. Tada
    • 6
  • K. Taniwaki
    • 7
  • L. de Waal
  • L. J. Kennedy
  • G. Woodfield
  • Y. Sun
  1. 1.BudapestHungary
  2. 2.Japan
  3. 3.SakvraJapan
  4. 4.KyotoJapan
  5. 5.OkayamaJapan
  6. 6.OsakaJapan
  7. 7.NishinomiyaJapan

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