Molecular Mimicry Between HLA-B27 and Klebsiella Bacteria Investigated by Using Rabbit Antisera
Many diseases are associated with HLA antigens. For instance, rheumatoid arthritis is found more frequently in individuals possessing HLA-DR1 and HLA-DR4 antigens.
KeywordsKlebsiella Pneumoniae Yersinia Enterocolitica Enterobacter Aerogenes Shigella Sonnei Middlesex Hospital
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