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Polymorphic variants of the TLR 2 gene in syphilis

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Lyudmila Barycheva; Milana Minasyan; Vyacheslav Chebotarev; Alexey Odinets;

Immunogenetic studies were performed in 100 people with syphilitic infection of the East Slavic population of the Southern region of Russia. It has been established that genotypic variants of 753 Arg/Gln and 753 Gln/Gln, as well as the presence of Gln/753 allele, are molecular-genetic markers of increased risk of syphilis development.

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Keywords: syphilis, gene polymorphism, receptors of innate immunity


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