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| Bactericidal/permeability increasing protein gene polymorphism and inflammatory bowel diseases: meta-analysis of five case-control studies.
International journal of colorectal disease 2016 Dec .
Fan Lijuan, Fu Guoning, Ding Yuanyuan, Lv Peng, Li Hongy
| Association between bactericidal/permeability increasing protein (BPI) gene polymorphism (Lys216Glu) and inflammatory bowel disease.
Journal of Crohn's & colitis 2011 Feb 5 (1): 14-8.
Akin Hakan, Tahan Gülgün, Türe Filiz, Eren Fatih, Atu? Ozlen, Tahan Veysel, Hamzao?lu Ismail, Imeryüz Ne?e, Tözün Nurdan, Hamzaoglu Hulya Ov
| Interactions among genes influencing bacterial recognition increase IBD risk in a population-based New Zealand cohort.
Human immunology 2009 Jun 70 (6): 440-6.
Petermann Ivonne, Huebner Claudia, Browning Brian L, Gearry Richard B, Barclay Murray L, Kennedy Martin, Roberts Rebecca, Shelling Andrew N, Philpott Martin, Han Dug Yeo, Ferguson Lynnette
| A polymorphism of the bactericidal/permeability increasing protein (BPI) gene is associated with Crohn's disease.
Journal of clinical gastroenterology 2005 Apr 39 (4): 282-3.
Klein Wolfram, Tromm Andreas, Folwaczny Christian, Hagedorn Michaela, Duerig Natascha, Epplen Joerg, Schmiegel Wolff, Griga Thom
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