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Epidemic and endemic HLA-B and DR associations in mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome

Human Immunology

Feb 1, 1983

Alan M KrenskyEdmond J Yunis

PMID: 6572621

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Abstract

HLA-A,B and DR antigens were evaluated in 51 patients with mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome (Kawasaki disease) during both endemic and epidemic periods in the Boston area. Although 80% of patients were HLA-B5 (70% HLA-Bw51) during endemic periods, there were no HLA-B5 individuals durin...read more

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  • Epidemic and endemic HLA-B and DR associations in mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome

    Human Immunology

    Feb 1, 1983

    Alan M KrenskyEdmond J Yunis

    PMID: 6572621

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    Abstract

    HLA-A,B and DR antigens were evaluated in 51 patients with mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome (Kawasaki disease) during both endemic and epidemic periods in the Boston area. Although 80% of patients were HLA-B5 (70% HLA-Bw51) during endemic periods, there were no HLA-B5 individuals durin...read more

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    • Citations12
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