Structural insertion/deletion variation in IRF5 is associated with a risk haplotype and defines the precise IRF5 isoforms expressed in systemic lupus erythematosus

Sergey V. Kozyrev, Susanna Lewén, Prasad M.V.Linga Reddy, Bernardo Pons-Estel, Torsten Witte, Peter Junker, Helle Laustrup, Carmen Gutiérrez, Ana Suárez, Maria Francisca González-Escribano, Javier Martín, Marta E. Alarcón-Riquelme*, Hugo R. Scherbarth, Pilar C. Marino, Estela L. Motta, Susana Gamron, Cristina Drenkard, Emilia Menso, Alberto Allievi, Guillermo A. TateJose L. Presas, Simon A. Palatnik, Marcelo Abdala, Mariela Bearzotti, Alejandro Alvarellos, Francisco Caeiro, Ana Bertoli, Sergio Paira, Susana Roverano, Cesar E. Graf, Estela Bertero, Cesar Caprarulo, Griselda Buchanan, Carolina Guillerón, Sebastian Grimaudo, Jorge Manni, Luis J. Catoggio, Enrique R. Soriano, Carlos D. Santos, Cristina Prigione, Fernando A. Ramos, Sandra M. Navarro, Guillermo A. Berbotto, Marisa Jorfen, Elisa J. Romero, Mercedes A. Garcia, Juan C. Marcos, Ana I. Marcos, Carlos E. Perandones, Alicia Eimon, Cristina G. Battagliotti, K. Armadi-Simab, Wolfgang L. Gross, Erika Gromnica-IhIe, Hans Hartmut Peter, Karin Manger, Sebastian Schnarr, Henning Zeidler, Reinhold E. Schmidt, Norberto Ortego, Enrique De Ramón, Juan Jiménez-Alonso, Julio Sánchez-Román, Miguel Ángel López-Nevot

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