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Human leukocyte-associated antigens

Human leukocyte-associated antigens

proteins on the outer part of body cells that help fight illness. These proteins vary from person to person. Scientists think that people with certain types of HLA antigens are more likely to develop insulin-dependent diabetes.The HLA antigens are also responsible for histocompatibility reactions.


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... problems and it is a normal component of human nutrition. In some people with certain human leukocyte antigens (HLA) and predisposing genetics gluten may bind on the HLA ...

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