Is there a role for human leukocyte antigen-G typing in infertility treatment?


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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 3, P515-516


Diana Alecsandru, M.D., Ph.D., Juan Antonio Garcia-Velasco, M.D., Ph.D.


Reflections on "Examining extended human leukocyte antigen-G and HLA-F haplotypes: the HLA-G UTR-4 haplotype is associated with shorter time-to-pregnancy in an infertility treatment setting when both the female and the male are carriers" by Nilsson et al.

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