A promoter polymorphism in the CD14 gene is associated with elevated levels of soluble CD14 but not with IgE or atopic diseases

M. Kabesch, K. Hasemann, V. Schickinger, I. Tzotcheva, A. Bohnert, D. Carr, M. Baldini, H. Hackstein, W. Leupold, S. K. Weiland, F. D. Martinez, E. Von Mutius, G. Bein

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