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NOD2 gene variants confer risk for secondary sclerosing cholangitis in critically ill patients

Jüngst, Christoph ; Stadlbauer, Vanessa ; Reichert, Matthias C. ; Zimmer, Vincent ; Weber, Susanne N. ; Ofner-Ziegenfuß, Lisa ; Voigtländer, Torsten ; Spindelböck, Walter ; Fickert, Peter ; Kirchner, Gabriele I. ; Lammert, Frank ; Lankisch, Tim O. ; Krawczyk, Marcin


Sclerosing cholangitis in critically ill patients (SC-CIP) is a progressive cholestatic disease of unknown aetiology characterized by chronic biliary infections. Hence we hypothesized that common NOD2 (nucleotide-binding oligomerisation domain containing 2) gene variants, known risk factors for Crohn's disease and bacterial translocation in liver cirrhosis, increase the odds of developing SC-CIP. ...


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