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Table 3 Phenotype Frequencies of HLA-B Alleles in Alabama Subjects.1

From: HLA-A and -B alleles and haplotypes in 240 index patients with common variable immunodeficiency and selective IgG subclass deficiency in central Alabama

B* Phenotypes Frequency in CVID and IgGSD Index Patients (n = 240) Frequency in Control Subjects (n) Significant Uncorrected Values of p Significant Corrected Values of p 2
07 0.2667 0.2259 (1,321)   
08 0.2583 0.2487 (1,315)   
13 0.0250 0.0343 (1,314)   
14 0.1167 0.0639 (1,314) 0.0037  
15 0.0792 0.0144 (1,320) < 0.0001 < 0.0030
18 0.0708 0.0775 (1,251)   
27 0.0708 0.0895 (1,318)   
35 0.0917 0.1406 (1,309) 0.0403  
37 0.0250 0.0240 (1,167)   
38 0.0167 0.0193 (1,194)   
39 0.0250 0.0225 (1,198)   
40 0.0792 0.0265 (1,321) < 0.0001 < 0.0030
41 0.0167 0.0119 (1,089)   
42 0.0042 0.0040 (1,252)   
44 0.3167 0.2866 (1,263)   
45 0.0083 0.0177 (1,241)   
46 0.0042 0 (19)   
47 0.0083 0.0039 (513)   
48 0.0042 0 (909)   
49 0.0417 0.0171 (1,230) 0.0153  
50 0.0333 0.0140 (1,212) 0.0414  
51 0.1042 0.0696 (1,250)   
52 0.0167 0.0180 (1,164)   
53 0.0083 0.0077 (1,163)   
54 0 0.0058 (1,027 - - -  
55 0.0208 0.0259 (1,042)   
56 0.0125 0.0097 (928)   
57 0.0667 0.0385 (1,014)   
58 0.0042 0.0256 (1,014) 0.0228  
60 0.0583 0.1206 (1,086)   
61 0.0167 0.0173 (980)   
62 0.0333 0.1285 (1,175) < 0.0001 < 0.0030
78 0.0042 no data - - -  
  1. 1 Phenotypes were detected using low-resolution DNA-based typing in CVID and IgGSD patients and microlymphocytotoxcity typing in control subjects. 2These values were corrected using the Bonferroni inequality method.