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Association And Linkage Of Definite Multiple Sclerosis With Hla And The Potential Protective Role Of Helicobacter Pylori Infection Among Egyptians
Author: Azza E. Elmongui, Maha H. Khalil, Hassan H. Salama, Hamdia Askar, Khaled M. Eltoukhy
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
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Type of publication: Article
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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a common demyelinating and inflammatory disease of the CNS with presumed autoimmune and multifactorial etiologies, including both environmental and multiple genetic factors [1]. The question of heterogeneity of clinical subtypes is a crucial issue in genetics of MS that could find an explanation with the association and linkage disequilibrium of different MS subtypes with distinct alleles of the human leukocyte antigen 

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