Table 2.

Identification of MiHA-encoding SNPs

Clone typeIdentified candidate SNPsSNP functionSNP genotypeGene
By associationPBy sequencing*PatientDonorNameLocation
H 1rs128280161.1 × 10−16MissenseACCCWNK1Exon 21
H 2rs18865687.8 × 10−15GGAASSR1Intron 1
rs100047.8 × 10−15MissenseGGAASSR1Exon 2
rs37783337.8 × 10−15GGAASSR1Intron 2
H 3rs22986681.1 × 10−12MissenseACAAPRCPExon 4
H 4rs6089623.6 × 10−20Not foundGGAATTKIntron 20
H 8rs266541.2 × 10−19AGAAERAP1Intron 1
rs26653MissenseCCGGERAP1Exon 2
H 9rs7361701.3 × 10−16AGAABCAT2Intron 1
rs48017751.3 × 10−16AGAABCAT2Intron 3
rs48025071.3 × 10−16ACAABCAT2Intron 3
rs11548193MissenseCGCCBCAT2Exon 6
H 10rs47035.5 × 10−16SynonymousCGGGARHGDIBExon 6
H 11rs29860144.2 × 10−15MissenseAGGGPDCD11Exon 24
rs22818604.2 × 10−15AGGGPDCD11Intron 30
rs65804.2 × 10−15AGAACALHM2UTR 3′
Z 1rs10454819.1 × 10−15SynonymousAGGGGEMIN4Exon 2
rs10454919.1 × 10−15AGGGGEMIN4UTR 3′
rs4968104MissenseATAAGEMIN4Exon 2
rs10642459.1 × 10−15ACAAFAM57AUTR 3′
Z 2rs47403.4 × 10−14MissenseAGGGEBI3Exon 5
rs49053.4 × 10−14SynonymousAGAAEBI3Exon 5
Z 3rs20761098.8 × 10−17MissenseAGGGAPOBEC3BExon 3
Z4rs5643491.6 × 10−15Not foundGGAAERGIC1Intron 3
  • *Additional SNP disparities in coding regions identified after gene sequencing.