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DQB1*0602 rather than DRB1*1501 confers susceptibility to multiple sclerosis-like disease induced by proteolipid protein (PLP)

By Nathali Kaushansky, Daniel M Altmann, Chella S David, Hans Lassmann and Avraham Ben-Nun
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