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Susceptibility to Leprosy Is Linked to the Human NRAMP1 Gene

SLC11A1 (Formerly NRAMP1) Gene Polymorphisms Associated with Pediatric Tuberculosis in China

Interleukin-10, Polymorphism in SLC11A1 (formerly NRAMP1), and Susceptibility to Tuberculosis

Polymorphism of SLC11A1 (Formerly NRAMP1) Gene Confers Susceptibility to Kawasaki Disease

The OsNRAMP1 iron transporter is involved in Cd accumulation in rice

Variants of the Human NRAMP1 Gene and Altered Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Susceptibility

AhNRAMP1 iron transporter is involved in iron acquisition in peanut

Differential microbial clearance and immunoresponse of Balb/c (Nramp1 susceptible) and DBA2 (Nramp1 resistant) mice intracerebrally infected with Mycobacterium bovis BCG (BCG)

Polymorphism of Slc11a1 (Nramp1) Gene and Canine Leishmaniasis in a Case-Control Study

Role of SLC11A1 (formerly NRAMP1) in regulation of signal transduction induced by Toll-like receptor 7 ligands

Variants of the Natural Resistance-Associated Macrophage Protein 1 Gene (NRAMP1) Are Associated with Severe Forms of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis Beijing Genotype Strains Is Associated with Polymorphisms in SLC11A1/NRAMP1 in Indonesian Patients with Tuberculosis

Importance of complement 3 and mannose receptors in phagocytosis of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis conidia by Nramp1 congenic macrophages lines

The Iron-regulated Transporter, MbNRAMP1, Isolated from Malus baccata is Involved in Fe, Mn and Cd Trafficking

Granulomatous Reaction to Intradermal Injection of Lepromin (Mitsuda Reaction) Is Linked to the Human NRAMP1 Gene in Vietnamese Leprosy Sibships

 

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abbr. for natural resistance‐associated protein 1; a transmembrane protein characteristic of macrophages and associated with natural resistance to intracellular parasites (e.g. Leishmania, some mycobacteria) in mice. The human homologue is ...

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