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SLCO3A1, A novel crohn's disease-associated gene, regulates nf-?B activity and associates with intestinal perforation.

Wei SC, Tan YY, Weng MT, Lai LC, Hsiao JH, Chuang EY, Shun CT, Wu DC, Kao AW, Chuang CS, Ni YH, Shieh MJ, Tung CC, Chen Y, Wang CY, Xavier RJ, Podolsky DK, Wong JM. SLCO3A1, A novel crohn's disease-associated gene, regulates nf-?B activity and associates with intestinal perforation. PLoS One. 2014; 9(6):e100515.

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