Studying of relationship of Histocompatibility antigens and N-acetylation phenotype in patients of Uzbek populations with psoriasis

Abstract

There studied the distribution of Histocompatibility antigens and N-acetylation phenotype in patients of Uzbek populations with psoriasis and it has been revealed, that HLA antigenes A11, A28, В5, В13 and Cw3 are antigenes of predisposition to presented disease and the individuals with slow N-acetylation phenotype prevail among them. The relationship of more frequent associated Histocompatibility antigens and N-acetylation phenotype marked by the prevalence of patients with a slow phenotype in the dermatosis has been revealed in patients of Uzbek populations with psoriasis.

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