Last Posted: Jul 01, 2018
- Polymorphism of FAS and FAS Ligand Genes in Alopecia Areata: A Case-control Study in Egyptian Population.
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- PTPN22 profile indicates a novel risk group in Alopecia areata.
Bhanusali Dhaval G, et al. Human immunology 2014 1 (1) 81-7
- Exomic sequencing of immune-related genes reveals novel candidate variants associated with alopecia universalis.
Lee Seungbok, et al. PloS one 2013 0 (1) e53613
- Genetic evidence for the involvement of NOTCH4 in rheumatoid arthritis and alopecia areata.
AlFadhli Suad, et al. Immunology letters 2013 2 (1-2) 130-3
- Serum Interleukin-4 and Total Immunoglobulin E in Nonatopic Alopecia Areata Patients and HLA-DRB1 Typing.
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- Association between alopecia areata and HLA Class I and II in Turkey.
Aliagaoglu Cihangir, et al. The Journal of dermatology 2005 9 (9) 711-4
- Association of HLA class I alleles with aloplecia areata in Chinese Hans.
Xiao Feng-Li, et al. Journal of dermatological science 2006 2 (2) 109-19
- Lack of association between Vitamin D receptor FokI polymorphism and alopecia areata.
Akar Ahmet, et al. European journal of dermatology : EJD 0 0 (3) 156-8
- Notch4, a non-HLA gene in the MHC is strongly associated with the most severe form of alopecia areata.
Tazi-Ahnini R, et al. Human genetics 2003 4 (4) 400-3
- Role of the autoimmune regulator (AIRE) gene in alopecia areata: strong association of a potentially functional AIRE polymorphism with alopecia universalis.
Tazi-Ahnini R, et al. Tissue antigens 2002 12 (6) 489-95
- HLA class II alleles in patients with alopecia areata.
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