KIR AND HLA HAPLOTYPE ANALYSIS IN A FAMILY LACKING THE KIR 2DL1-2DP1 GENES
Vojvodić S, Ademović-Sazdanić D
*Corresponding Author: Associate Professor Svetlana Vojvodić, Institute for Blood Transfusion of Vojvodina, Tissue Typing Compartment, Medical Faculty of the University of Novi Sad, Hajduk Veljkova 9a, 21000 Novi Sad, Serbia; Tel: +381-21-4877-963, Fax: +381-21-4877-978; E-mail: svetlana.vojvodic021@gmail.com
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