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DataSheet_1_Distributions of the HLA-A, HLA-B, HLA-C, HLA-DRB1, and HLA-DQB1 alleles and haplotype frequencies of 1763 stem cell donors in the Colombi.docx (385.16 kB)

DataSheet_1_Distributions of the HLA-A, HLA-B, HLA-C, HLA-DRB1, and HLA-DQB1 alleles and haplotype frequencies of 1763 stem cell donors in the Colombian Bone Marrow Registry typed by next-generation sequencing.docx

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posted on 2023-01-09, 06:54 authored by David G. Hernández-Mejía, Iván Aurelio Páez-Gutiérrez, Valerie Dorsant Ardón, Nathalie Camacho Ramírez, Melissa Mosquera, Paola Andrea Cendales, Bernardo Armando Camacho

The HLA compatibility continues to be the main limitation when finding compatible donors, especially if an identical match is not found within the patient’s family group. The creation of bone marrow registries allowed a therapeutic option by identifying 10/10 compatible unrelated donors (URD). However, the availability and frequency of haplotypes and HLA alleles are different among ethnic groups and geographical areas, increasing the difficulty of finding identical matches in international registries. In this study, the HLA-A, -B, -C, -DRB1, and -DQB1 loci of 1763 donors registered in the Colombian Bone Marrow Registry were typed by next-generation sequencing. A total of 52 HLA-A, 111 HLA-B, 41 HLA-C, 47 HLA-DRB1, and 20 HLA-DQB1 alleles were identified. The 3 most frequent alleles for each loci were A*24:02g (20,8%), A*02:01g (16,1%), A*01:01g (7.06%); B*35:43g (7.69%), B*40:02g (7.18%), B*44:03g (6.07%); C*04:01g (15.40%), C*01:02g (10.49%), C*07:02g (10.44%); DRB1*04:07g (11.03%), DRB1*07:01g (9.78%), DRB1*08:02g (6.72%); DQB1*03:02g (20.96%), DQB1*03:01g (17.78%) and DQB1*02:01g (16.05%). A total of 497 HLA-A-C-B-DRB1-DQB1 haplotypes were observed with a frequency greater than or equal to 0.05% (> 0.05%); the haplotypes with the highest frequency were A*24:02g~B*35:43g~C*01:02g~DQB1*03:02g~DRB1*04:07g (3.34%), A*29:02g~B*44:03g~C*16:01g~DQB1*02:01g~DRB1*07:01g (2.04%), and A*01:01g~B*08:01g~C*07:01g~DQB1*02:01g~DRB1*03:01g (1.83%). This data will allow the new Colombian Bone Marrow Donor Registry to assess the genetic heterogeneity of the Colombian population and serve as a tool of interest for future searches of unrelated donors in the country.

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