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Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 1

Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 1 ist eine x-chromosomal rezessive Erkrankung die durch Mutationen im CD40LG-Gen hervorgerufen wird. Klinisch ist sie charakterisiert durch erhöhtes Immunglobulin IgM und eine Infektanfälligkeit.

Gliederung

Hyper-IgM-Syndrom
Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 1
CD40LG
Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 2
Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 3
Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 4
Hyper-IgM-Syndrom 5

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OMIM.ORG article

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