GIL blood group

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GIL blood group

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AQP3 deficiency in humans and the molecular basis of a novel blood group system, GIL.
 

Author(s): Nathalie Roudier, Pierre Ripoche, Pierre Gane, Pierre Yves Le Pennec, Geoff Daniels, Jean-Pierre Cartron, Pascal Bailly

Journal: J. Biol. Chem.. 2002 Nov;277(48):45854-9.

 

AQP3 is a water and glycerol channel present on human erythrocytes and in various tissues. By protein and molecular biology analysis, two unrelated probands who developed alloantibodies to the high frequency antigen GIL were found to be AQP3-deficient. The defect is caused by homozygous ...

Last Updated: 26 Nov 2002

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