Prevalent HLA class II alleles in Mexico City appear to confer resistance to the development of amebic liver abscess

Eric G. Hernández, Julio Granados, Oswaldo Partida-Rodríguez, Olivia Valenzuela, Edgar Rascón, Ulises Magaña, Mónica Escamilla-Tilch, Alberto López-Reyes, Miriam Nieves-Ramírez, Enrique González, Patricia Morán, Liliana Rojas, Alicia Valadez, Alexandra Luna, Francisco J. Estrada, Carmen Maldonado, Cecilia Ximénez

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    Hernández, E. G., Granados, J., Partida-Rodríguez, O., Valenzuela, O., Rascón, E., Magaña, U., Escamilla-Tilch, M., López-Reyes, A., Nieves-Ramírez, M., González, E., Morán, P., Rojas, L., Valadez, A., Luna, A., Estrada, F. J., Maldonado, C., & Ximénez, C. (2015). Prevalent HLA class II alleles in Mexico City appear to confer resistance to the development of amebic liver abscess. PLoS ONE. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0126195