HLA (human leukocyte antigen)-A24 is a class I MHC antigen. HLA-A24 is the most frequent HLA class I molecule in Asian populations, present in approximately ~70% of the Japanese population. HLA-A24 is also found in approximately 35% of the Indian population and 19% of Caucasians. HLA antigens may play a role in genetic susceptibility to disease.
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