Gehad El-Ghazali

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Familial hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (FHL) is a genetically heterogeneous autosomal recessive immune disorder characterized by the occurrence of uncontrolled activation of lymphocytes and macrophages infiltrating multiple organs. Disease-causing mutations in the perforin (PRF1; also known as FHL2), Munc13-4 (UNC13D; also known as FHL3), and(More)
nemia adversely affects pregnancy and its outcome.1,2 Many risk factors for anemia have been identified in pregnancy.3 Although, it is known that around 40% of the women presenting to the labor room in Central Sudan are probably anemic,4 there are no published data regarding anemia, its epidemiology and the risk factors during pregnancy in Sudan. We(More)
To investigate the influence of genetic and/or environmental factors in the development and shaping of the human peripheral T cell repertoire the authors studied the T-cell receptor (TCR) V beta usage in 10 adult monozygous (Mz) and nine dizygous (Dz) twin pairs living in a Plasmodium falciparum endemic area in West Africa. The TCR repertoire was determined(More)
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