PMID: 872456May 1, 1977Paper

The HLA system in glomerulonephritis

Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology
S NyulassyJ Stefanovic

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Apr 1, 1968·The American Journal of Medicine·F J Dixon
May 17, 1969·British Medical Journal·R PatelP I Terasaki

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Dec 16, 2005·Pediatrics International : Official Journal of the Japan Pediatric Society·Osamu Motoyama, Kikuo Iitaka
May 4, 1978·The New England Journal of Medicine·F C BerthouxC P Brizard
May 1, 1990·Tissue Antigens·J R OstergaardL U Lamm
May 10, 2007·Clinical Rheumatology·Harun PeruEnver Hasanoglu
Jun 1, 1978·Journal of Immunogenetics·D IványiP Iványi
Jul 1, 1981·Arthritis and Rheumatism·P MiglioriniG B Ferrara
Aug 1, 1982·Clinical Genetics·S S PapihaD N Kerr
Mar 1, 1978·Arthritis and Rheumatism·L G ClelandB C Saurino
Feb 1, 1982·Arthritis and Rheumatism·J C JennetteD G Freeman
Feb 17, 2021·Pediatric Nephrology : Journal of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association·Mikael KoskelaTimo Jahnukainen

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