Antigen Report: HLA-B35
B35 is part of the antigenic cluster designated “a4c” by Bodmer and Payne . 4c displayed a significant but not absolute positive relationship to Bw4, then called 4a. The 4c cluster has been split successively: B5 was identified as a distinct entity in the 1967 Workshop; B18, B35, and Bw53 were well recognized in 1972 [2, 3]; and even splits of B5 were suggested by the data presented at the 1972 Workshop. Further definition of B35 took place at the 1975 Workshop, especially in the report of Payne et al. .
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