Can We Immunogenotypically and Immunophenotypically Profile Patients Who are at Risk for Pouchitis?

Shen, Bo; Lashner, Bret
March 2004
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Mar2004, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p442
Academic Journal
Comments on the immunogenotyping and immunophenotyping of patients who are at risk for pouchitis. Goals of immunogenotyping and immunophenotyping; Factors contributing to the inconsistency and discrepancy to the difficulty in conducting and interpreting clinical studies on pouchitis; Significance of immunogenotyping and immunophenotyping in the study of inflammatory bowel disease.


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