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Komplement C4B-Mangel

Komplement C4B-Mangel ist eine ausosomal rezessive Erkrankung, die durch Mutationen im Gen C4B gekennzeichnet ist und zu verschiedenen immunologischen Störungen führen kann, insbesondere Störungen der Infektabwehr und Autoimmunphänomene.

Epidemiologie

Der partielle C4-Mangel hat in Japan eine Häufigkeit von etwa 1/10000.

Gliederung

Komplement C4-Mangel
Komplement C4A-Mangel
Komplement C4B-Mangel
C4B
Partieller Komplement C4-Mangel

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