Toll-like receptor 1 N248S single-nucleotide polymorphism is associated with leprosy risk and regulates immune activation during mycobacterial infection.
Marques, Carolinne de Sales; Brito-de-Souza, Vânia N; Guerreiro, Luana Tatiana Albuquerque; Martins, João H; Amaral, Evaldo P; Cardoso, Cynthia C; Dias-Batista, Ida Maria Foschiani; Silva, Weber Laurentino da; Nery, José Augusto C; Medeiros, Priscila; Gigliotti, Patricia; Campanelli, Ana Paula; Virmond, Marcos; Sarno, Euzenir Nunes; Mira, Marcelo T; Lana, Francisco C F; Caffarena, Ernesto Raúl; Pacheco, Antonio G; Pereira, Ana Carla; Moraes, Milton Ozório.
J Infect Dis
; 208(1): 120-9, 2013 Jul.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-23547143
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