A replication study confirms the association of TNFSF4 (OX40L) polymorphisms with systemic sclerosis in a large European cohort

Lara Bossini-Castillo, Jasper C A Broen, Carmen P. Simeon, Lorenzo Beretta, Madelon C. Vonk, Norberto Ortego-Centeno, Gerard Espinosa, Patricia Carreira, María Teresa Camps, Nuria Navarrete, María F. González-Escribano, Esther Vicente-Rabaneda, Luis Rodríguez, Carlos Tolosa, José A. Román-Ivorra, Inmaculada Gómez-Gracia, Francisco J. García-Hernández, Iván Castellví, María Gallego, Antonio Fernández-NebroRosa García-Portales, María Victoria Egurbide, Vicente Fonollosa, Paloma García De La Peña, Ana Pros, Miguel A. González-Gay, Roger Hesselstrand, Gabriela Riemekasten, Torsten Witte, Marieke J H Coenen, Bobby P. Koeleman, Frederic Houssiau, Vanessa Smith, Filip De Keyser, Rene Westhovens, Ellen De Langhe, Alexandre E. Voskuyl, Annemie J. Schuerwegh, Meng May Chee, Rajan Madhok, Paul Shiels, Carmen Fonseca, Christopher Denton, Kathleen Claes, Leonid Padykov, Annika Nordin, Øyvind Palm, Benedicte A. Lie, Paolo Airó, Raffaella Scorza, Jacob M. Van Laar, Nicolas Hunzelmann, Alexander Kreuter, Ariane Herrick, Jane Worthington, Timothy R D J Radstake, Javier Martín, Blanca Rueda

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