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NOD2/CARD15 mutations do not affect early course of Crohn’s disease

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Future searches for genetic markers of how Crohn’s disease (CD) progresses will need to stratify patients by disease aggressiveness, site, and smoking, as each influences the early course of the disease. As importantly, NOD2/CARD15 genotype has no influence, according to the first study to use a validated classification of …

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