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Association between CTLA-4 gene promoter (49 A/G) in exon 1 polymorphisms and inflammatory bowel disease in the Tunisian population

Alaya Walid Ben, Sfar Imen, Aouadi Houda, Jendoubi Saloua, Najjar Tawfik, Filali Azza, Gorgi Yousr, Abdallah Taieb Ben, Mouelhi Leila, Matri Samira, Ayed Khaled

Year : 2009| Volume: 15| Issue : 1 | Page no: 29-34

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