Petra Vartiainen

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The prevalence of histocompatibility antigen HLA-Cw6 was 72.7% in twenty-two patients with the guttate form and 45.9% in thirty-seven patients with the vulgaris form of psoriasis; the difference between these figures and the prevalence (7.4%) in 462 healthy blood donors in Finland is highly significant. The previously observed excess of several HLA-B locus(More)
Studies of cognitive behavior in rodent models of Alzheimer's disease (AD) are the mainstay of academic and industrial efforts to find effective treatments for this disorder. However, in the majority of such studies, the nature of rodent behavioral tests is considerably different from the setting associated with cognitive assessments of individuals with AD.(More)
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