[The role of human genetic factors in susceptibility to tuberculosis].

Abstract

Tuberculosis has been one of the most important illnesses in the history of the world, but it was never understood why only some people, and not others, develop the disease. It was assumed that human genetic factors play a role in susceptibility, but until the advent of molecular markers, it was never possible to convincingly separate inheritance from the… (More)

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