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The TLR4 D299G and T399I SNPs are constitutively active to up-regulate expression of Trif-dependent genes

TitleThe TLR4 D299G and T399I SNPs are constitutively active to up-regulate expression of Trif-dependent genes
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsHold GL, Berry S, Saunders KA, Drew J, Mayer C, Brookes H, Gay NJ, El-Omar EM, Bryant CE
JournalPLoS ONE
Volume9
Paginatione111460

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