Host response to EBV infection in X-linked lymphoproliferative disease results from mutations in an SH2-domain encoding gene

Alison J. Coffey*, Robert A. Brooksbank, Oliver Brandau, Toshitaka Oohashi, Gareth R. Howell, Jacqueline M. Bye, Anthony P. Cahn, Jillian Durham, Paul Heath, Paul Wray, Rebecca Pavitt, Jane Wilkinson, Margaret Leversha, Elizabeth Huckle, Charles J. Shaw-Smith, Andrew Dunham, Susan Rhodes, Volker Schuster, Giovanni Porta, Luo YinPaola Serafini, Bakary Sylla, Massimo Zollo, Brunella Franco, Alessandra Bolino, Marco Seri, Arpad Lanyi, Jack R. Davis, David Webster, Ann Harris, Gilbert Lenoir, Genevieve St De Basile, Alison Jones, Bernd H. Behloradsky, Helene Achatz, Jan Murken, Reinhard Fassler, Janos Sumegi, Giovanni Romeo, Mark Vaudin, Mark T. Ross, Alfons Meindl, David R. Bentley

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