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  • Where were the 70 kb KIR found?
  • Unusual gene content samples
  • Frequency of short haplotypes
  • What proportions of alleles in the database are actually CWD's?
  • Are are you going to begin matching biologically relevant differences?
  • How will this affect people you can't currently find matches for?
  • Where are the majority of sequences coming from?
  • When are mismatches relevant?
  • Are you seeing that new alleles are random substitutions with NGS?
  • Do you plan to start curating the haplotypes?
  • Why does the graph with polymorphism not include frequency?
  • Will we have a common well defined allele list for KIR someday?
  • What do we need before we start interpreting data based on presence of an absence?
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  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Professor Steven GE Marsh / Anthony Nolan Research Institute
  • Speaker: Professor Steven GE Marsh / Anthony Nolan Research Institute
  • Speaker: Professor Steven GE Marsh / Anthony Nolan Research Institute
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Professor Steven GE Marsh / Anthony Nolan Research Institute
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
  • Speaker: Martin Maiers, Steven Marsh, Nezih Cereb / PacBio
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