Jan 1, 1977

The incidence of HLA antigens in leprosy

Vox Sanguinis
U YoungchaiyudT Vibhatavanija

Abstract

HLA antigens were studied in 36 patients, with leprosy, 20 cases of lepromatous and 16 cases of tuberculoid type. Eleven out of 36 (30.55%) had BW40 as compared to 9.33% of 150 controls. The frequency of BW40 in tuberculoid patients (31.25%) was not different from that in lepromatous cases (30%).

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