Card15 gene overexpression in mononuclear and epithelial cells of the inflamed Crohn's disease colon

Berrebi, D.; Maudinas, R.; Hugot, J.-P.; Chamaillard, M.; Chareyre, F.; De Lagausie, P.; Yang, C.; Desreumaux, P.; Giovannini, M.; Cézard, J.-P.; Zouali, H.; Emilie, D.; Peuchmaur, M.
June 2003
Gut;Jun2003, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p840
Academic Journal
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