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Using a novel, high-throughput copy number assay for KIR typing we have shown that there are many unconventional arrangements of KIR genes. This assay can be used to understand the relationship between MHC class I molecules, their receptors and disease conditions, including autoimmunity, infection, matching in stem cell transplants for leukaemia and disorders of pregnancy. John Trowsdale
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