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CTLA-4 A49G gene polymorphism is not associated with vitiligo in South Indian population

Deeba Farha, Syed Rabbani, Quareen Jariya, Waheed M A, Jamil Kaiser, Rao Hanmanth

Year : 2010| Volume: 55| Issue : 1 | Page no: 29-32

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