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IFNL4

38 disease terms (MeSH) has been reported with IFNL4 gene.

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Disease Term (MeSH)
Total Publication
Meta-analysis Publications
    Hepatitis C, Chronic Phenopedia 65 3
    Hepatitis C Phenopedia 24 0
    Liver Cirrhosis Phenopedia 12 0
    Hepatitis B, Chronic Phenopedia 12 0
    HIV Infections Phenopedia 11 0
    Liver Neoplasms Phenopedia 7 0
    Fatty Liver Phenopedia 4 0
    Disease Progression Phenopedia 4 0
    Hepatitis B Phenopedia 3 0
    Inflammation Phenopedia 2 0
    Fibrosis Phenopedia 2 0
    Insulin Resistance Phenopedia 2 0
    Cholestasis Phenopedia 2 0
    Hemophilia A Phenopedia 2 0
    Hepatitis D, Chronic Phenopedia 2 0
    Cytomegalovirus Infections Phenopedia 2 0
    Cytomegalovirus Retinitis Phenopedia 1 0
    Melanoma Phenopedia 1 0
    Skin Neoplasms Phenopedia 1 0
    Cryoglobulinemia Phenopedia 1 0
    Diabetes Mellitus Phenopedia 1 0
    Herpes Genitalis Phenopedia 1 0
    HTLV-I Infections Phenopedia 1 0
    Viremia Phenopedia 1 0
    Disease Susceptibility Phenopedia 1 0
    Hepatitis E Phenopedia 1 0
    Paraparesis, Tropical Spastic Phenopedia 1 0
    Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease Phenopedia 1 0
    Hemolysis Phenopedia 1 0
    Holoprosencephaly Phenopedia 1 0
    Anastomotic Leak Phenopedia 1 0
    Carotid Artery Diseases Phenopedia 1 0
    Liver Diseases Phenopedia 1 0
    Anemia Phenopedia 1 0
    Neoplasm Recurrence, Local Phenopedia 1 0
    Substance Abuse, Intravenous Phenopedia 1 0
    Herpes Labialis Phenopedia 1 0
    Craniosynostoses Phenopedia 1 0
Note: The number of publications displayed in this table will differ from the number displayed in the HuGE Literature Finder as the number in Genopedia reflects only the indexed disease term without children terms, but the number in the HuGE Literature Finder reflects all text searches of the disease term including the indexed term and corresponding children terms.
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