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A "new" HLA-C specificity, CSH-2, restricted to Oriental populations.

The high frequency of C-locus blank alleles in different races suggests the existence of an undetected antigen. We have identified a new C-locus antigen, tentatively named CSH-2, which is present in Oriental populations, but is apparently not present in Caucasoid, or Black populations. This new specificity was defined by a single strong monospecific antiserum, named ZHA114, which was obtained by planned immunization.[1]


  1. A "new" HLA-C specificity, CSH-2, restricted to Oriental populations. Zhao, T.M., Lee, T.D., Bu, K.J., Zhang, G.L., Zheng, S.Q., Gu, W.J., Lee, P.Y., Rubinstein, P. Tissue Antigens (1987) [Pubmed]
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