Table 1: The relation between MHC-B haplotypes and disease resistance.


B haplotype Disease The association with disease References

B23 MD Susceptibility Schat [ 23 ]
B21 MD Strong resistance Briles [ 24 ] Blankert [ 25 ]
AI Resistance Boonyanuwat [ 26 ]
IBD Good immune response Bacon [ 27]
AL Poor resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
IB Susceptibility Bacon [ 28 ]
E. coli susceptibility Macklin [ 29 ]
B19 MD Susceptibility Briles [ 24 ] Blankert [ 25 ]
IB Susceptibility Juul-Madsen [ 30 ]
AL Strong resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
B18 SE Susceptibility Cotter [ 31 ]
B17 MD Poor resistance Schat [ 23 ]
B15 MD Susceptibility Briles [ 24 ]
IBD Poor immune responses Bacon [ 27 ]
AL Poor resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
RS Susceptibility Nordskog [ 32 ]
IB Resistance Bacon [ 28 ]
SE Susceptibility Cotter [ 31 ]
B13 MD Susceptibility Briles [ 24 ]
AI Susceptibility Boonyanuwat [ 26 ]
IBD Moderate resistance Bacon [ 27 ]
AL Poor resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
RS Poor resistance Schierman [ 33 ]
IB Poor resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
E. coli Resistance Macklin [ 29 ]
B12 IBD Poor immune responses Bacon [ 27 ]
AL Strong resistance Bacon [ 4 ]
RS Suppressing tumor growth Plachy [ 34 ]
B6 MD Resistance Briles [ 24 ]
RS Associated with tumor regression Schierman [ 33 ]
B5 MD Susceptibility Briles [ 24 ]
IBD Poor immune responses Bacon [ 27 ]
AL Poor resistance Plachy [ 34 ]
RS Susceptibility Collins [ 35 ]
B4 IBD Strong resistance Juul-Madsen [ 30 ]
B3 MD Susceptibility Briles [ 24 ]
B2 MD Resistance Briles [ 24 ]
IBD Good immune response Bacon [ 27 ]
AL Susceptibility Bacon [ 4 ]
RS Susceptibility Collins [ 35 ]
B1 RS Promote tumor growth Nordskog [ 32 ]
SE High mortality rate Pevzner [ 36 ]