Sero-Reactivity to Microbial Components in Crohn's Disease Is Associated with Disease Severity and Progression, but not NOD2/CARD15 Genotype View Full Text


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DATE

2004-12-01

AUTHORS

Ian DR Arnott, Carol J Landers, Elaine J Nimmo, Hazel E Drummond, Ben KR Smith, Stephan R Targan, Jack Satsangi

ABSTRACT

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ajg2004460

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The American Journal of Gastroenterology

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12

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99

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