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Title: Study of Colombia North Wiwa El Encanto Amerindians HLA- genes: Pacific Islanders relatedness
Author: Arnaiz-Villena A.
Palacio-Grüber J.
Juarez I.
Muñiz E.
Hernandez Aguirre, Enio Armando
Bayona B.
Campos C.
Nuñez J.
Lopez-Nares A.
Martin-Villa M.
Silvera C.
Email autor: enio.hernandez@campusucc.edu.co
Issue Date: 2018
Keywords: HLA A antigen
HLA B antigen
HLA C antigen
HLA DQB1 antigen
HLA DRB1 antigen
HLA antigen
American Indian
Article
Aymara (people)
Central America
ethnic group
gene frequency
genetic relatedness
haplotype
histocompatibility gene
human
Japanese (people)
Lakota (people)
Maori (people)
Maya (people)
New Zealander
North America
Pacific Islander
Papua New Guinean
population
population genetic parameters
priority journal
Quechua (people)
Samoan (people)
Sioux (people)
South America
Taiwanese
Teenek (people)
Colombia
ethnic group
genetics
genotype
histocompatibility test
linguistics
Oceanic ancestry group
Pacific islands
phylogeny
Colombia
Ethnic Groups
Gene Frequency
Genotype
Haplotypes
Histocompatibility Testing
HLA Antigens
Humans
Indians
South American
Linguistics
Oceanic Ancestry Group
Pacific Islands
Phylogeny
Abstract: We have studied Wiwa/Sanja Amerindians HLA-A, -B, -C, -DRB1 and DQB1 allele frequencies and extended haplotypes in 52 unrelated individuals from “El Encanto” town at Guanachaca riverside. High frequency alleles were in general present in other Amerindian populations. Also, three extended haplotypes and eight ones were respectively both “new found” and already described in Amerindians from North, Central and South America, including Lakota-Sioux, Mayas, Teeneks, Quechua and Aymaras. Analyses of HLA-A*24:02 and -C*01:02 Wiwa high frequency alleles suggested a specific relatedness with another Amerindian and Pacific Islander ethnic groups (these two particular alleles bearing in high frequencies); they include New Zealand Maoris, Taiwanese, Japanese, Papua New Guinea, and Samoans among others. This may indicate that selective forces are maintaining these two alleles high frequency within this wide American/Pacific area. © 2018
Type: Artículo
Citation: Arnaiz A,Palacio J,Juarez I,Muñiz E,Hernández E,Bayona B,Campos C,Nuñez J,Lopez A,Martin M,Silvera C. Study of Colombia North Wiwa El Encanto Amerindians HLA- genes: Pacific Islanders relatedness. Human Immunology. 2018. 79. (7):p. 530-531. .
Other Identifiers: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2015.07.016
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