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23 cDNAs for α 1,4 galactosyltransferase (A4GALT) have been isolated. To explore the molecular basis of the p phenotype in Japanese donors, we analyzed the A4GALT gene sequences of normal and p phenotype samples. The coding region in the A4GALT gene for DNA sequencing was amplified by PCR amplification. A4GALT expression vectors for individual mutants were constructed by PCR amplification of the coding region using primers and subsequent subcloning into an expression vector. The expression ofdoi:10.21307/immunohematology-2019-342 fatcat:dloqcmbx2fhylnn2kouneqlw6q