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Table 4 The distribution of KIR haplotypes

From: NullHap – a versatile application to estimate haplotype frequencies from unphased genotypes in the presence of null alleles

Haplo-type # KIR 2 Psoriatis N = 116 (%) Controls N = 123 (%) OR P value*
  DS2 DL2/3 DS3/5 DL1 DS1 DS4/1D     
1 null 3 null 1 1 1D 20 (17) 0 52.5 0.00018
2 1 2 3 null 1 1D 11 (9.6) 0 27 0.0058
3 null 3 3 null null 1D 6 (5.3) 2 (1.5) 2.9 NS
4 null 3 5 1 1 null 6 (5.2) 7 (5.6) 0.9 NS
5 null 3 3 1 null 1D 15 (13) 30 (24) 0.5 NS
6 1 2 5 null 1 null 3 (2.5) 7 (6.4) 0.5 NS
7 null 3 null 1 null 1D 0 16 (13) 0.03 0.00018
8 1 2 - null 1 1D 17 (15) 0 43.4 0.00018
9 null 3 - 1 1 1D 16 (14) 0 40.6 0.00018
10 null 3 - 1 1 DS4 6 (5.3) 0 14.5 NS
11 1 2 - 1 null 1D 7 (6) 3 (2.3) 2.4 NS
12 null 3 - 1 1 null 19 (16) 14 (11) 1.6 NS
13 null 3 - null null 1D 6 (5) 7 (5.7) 0.9 NS
14 null 3 - 1 null 1D 19 (16) 44 (36) 0.4 NS
15 1 2 - null null DS4 3 (2.4) 8 (6.6) 0.4 NS
16 1 2 - null null 1D 0 7 (5.6) 0.07 NS
17 1 2 - 1 1 null 0 7 (5.6) 0.07 NS
18 null 3 - 1 null DS4 0 7 (5.6) 0.07 NS
  1. *with Bonferroni correction (correction factor = 18)
  2. The distribution of KIR haplotypes among psoriasis patients and controls obtained with NullHap based on genotypes reported by Luszczek et al. [16]. Only haplotypes with frequency > 5% in either group are shown. Odds ratio (OR) calculated according to Haldane [22], P value calculated by Fisher exact test. NS -not significant.
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