Genetic association between a chemokine gene CXCL-10 (IP-10, interferon gamma inducible protein 10) and susceptibility to tuberculosis
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AbstractBackground: Previous studies showed that activation of CXCL-10 and other chemokines were prominent in many infectious diseases. These chemokines are components of innate immune response to respiratory tract pathogens. We examined the promoter variants of CXCL-10 and their role in predisposition to tuberculosis (TB).
All Author(s) ListTang NLS, Fan HPY, Chang KC, Ching JKL, Kong KPS, Yew WW, Kam KM, Leung CC, Tam CM, Blackwell J, Chan CY
Journal nameClinica Chimica Acta
Year2009
Month8
Day11
Volume Number406
Issue Number1-2
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Pages98 - 102
ISSN0009-8981
eISSN1873-3492
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsCXCL-10; Genetic susceptibility; IP-10; Tuberculosis
Web of Science Subject CategoriesMedical Laboratory Technology; MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

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