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by William E. Braun

Author: William E. Braun
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (May 11, 1979)
Pages: 137 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Published 1979 by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla. Causes and theories of causation, Constitution, Diseases, HL-A antigens, HLA histocompatibility antigens, Human beings.

This book discusses the topic of the HLA antigen system.

A genetic background (HLA-DQ2/DQ8 positivity and non-HLA genes) is a mandatory determinant of the .

A genetic background (HLA-DQ2/DQ8 positivity and non-HLA genes) is a mandatory determinant of the development of the disease, which occurs with the contribution of environmental factors (. viral infections and dysbiosis of gut microbiota). Its prevalence in the general population is of approximately 1%, with female predominance. Remaining challenges include obtaining a better understanding of still-unclear phenotypes such as slow-responsive, potential (minimal lesions) and seronegative celiac disease.

This book discusses the topic of the HLA antigen system

This book discusses the topic of the HLA antigen system. 1. Introduction to the HLA antigen system 2. Animal studies as the basis of the relationship of disease susceptibility and immune responsiveness with histocompatibility, Ir, and Ia Antigens 3. Possible mechanisms of HLA and disease associations: sex prevalence 4. Statistical and genetic considerations 5. The clinical use of HLA typing 6. HLA-disease association in the perspective of ABO disease associations 7. Current. status of HLA and disease associations 8. Concluding remarks. Recommend to Librarian.

Celiac disease is a complex immune-mediated gluten-sensitive enteropathy .

Celiac disease is a complex immune-mediated gluten-sensitive enteropathy with protean clinical manifestations. Comprehensive nutritional management after diagnosis is key to sustained health in patients with celiac disease. Simple algorithms for care based on a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach are proposed. Permission was obtained for all images used and appropriate dgement stated.

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Prior autoimmune disease and risk of monoclonal gammopathy of. .Association analysis between the MIC-A and HLA-B alleles in Japanese patients with Behcet's disease. Arthritis Rheum 1999;42:1961-6.

Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2014;23:332-42. Disease associations with monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance: a population-based study of 17,398 patients. Mayo Clin Proc 2009;84:685-93. 14. Mizuki N, Meguro A, Ota M, Ohno S, Shiota T, Kawagoe T, et al.

HLA-DRB1 15:01 has the strongest effect with an average odds ratio of . 8. However, complex allelic hierarchical lineages, cis/trans haplotypic effects, and independent protective signals in the class I region of the locus have been described as well.

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Are you William E Braun? Register this Author. About publications (30) network. Publications 30. Publications by authors named "William E Braun". Authors: Godela M Brosnahan Kaleab Z Abebe Charity G Moore Frederic F Rahbari-Oskoui Kyongtae T Bae Jared J Grantham Robert W Schrier William E Braun Arlene B Chapman Michael F Flessner Peter C Harris Marie C Hogan Ronald D Perrone Dana C Miskulin Theodore I Steinman Vicente E Torres.

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