rheumatoid arthritis . HLA typing in families with multiple cases of


Thirty one white patients from 14 families with multiple cases of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and 42 of their healthy relatives were completely HLA typed. In contrast with class I antigens, the class II antigens DRI and DR4 were significantly more common in the patients than in a group of 200 healthy local white controls (DRI: 32% v 12%; DR4: 48% v 28%, in… (More)

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