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Volume 27, Number 1—January 2021

Human Diversity of Killer Cell Immunoglobulin-Like Receptors and Human Leukocyte Antigen Class I Alleles and Ebola Virus Disease Outcomes

Tony Wawina-Bokalanga, Bert Vanmechelen, Valentine Lhermitte, Joan Martí-Carreras, Valentijn Vergote, Fara Raymond Koundouno, Joseph Akoi-Boré, Ruth Thom, Tom Tipton, Kimberley Steeds, Kéita Balla Moussa, Ablam Amento, Lies Laenen, Sophie Duraffour, Martin Gabriel, Paula Ruibal, Yper Hall, Mandy Kader-Kondé, Stephan Günther, Guy Baele, Cesar Muñoz-Fontela, Johan Van Weyenbergh, Miles W. Carroll, and Piet MaesComments to Author 
Author affiliations: KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium (T. Wawina-Bokalanga, B. Vanmechelen, V. Lhermitte, J. Martí-Carreras, V. Vergote, L. Laenen, G. Baele, J. Van Weyenbergh, P. Maes); University Julius Nyerere of Kankan, Conakry, Guinea (F.R. Koudouno); Institut National de Santé Publique, Conakry (J. Akoi-Boré); Public Health England, Salisbury, UK (R. Thom, T. Tipton, K. Steeds, Y. Hall, M.W. Carroll); Centre d'Excellence de Formation et Recherche sur les Maladies Prioritaires en Guinée, Conakry (K.B. Moussa, A. Amento, M. Kader-Kondé); German Center for Infection Research, Hamburg-Lübeck-Borstel-Riems, Germany (S. Duraffour, M. Gabriel); Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg, Germany (S. Duraffour, M. Gabriel, P. Ruibal, S. Günther, C. Muñoz-Fontela)

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Table 2

Results from multivariate logistic regression model of human leukocyte antigen class I and killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptor genes in controls and Ebola virus–infected patients, Guinea, 2015–2017

Term β estimate SE p value
Intercept (β0) −2.27 0.84 <0.01
2DL2 (β1) 2.73 0.82 <0.01
2DL5 (β2) −1.94 0.67 <0.01
2DS1 (β3) 1.35 0.67 <0.05
2DS4–0003 (β4) −0.63 0.31 <0.05
HLA-B-Bw4-Thr (β5) −1.20 0.48 <0.05
HLA-B-Bw4-Ile (β6) 0.76 0.31 <0.05

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