An atopy-associated polymorphism in the ectodomain of the IL-4Rα chain (V50) regulates the persistence of STAT6 phosphorylation

Andrew Q. Ford, Nicola M. Heller, Linda Stephenson, Mark R. Boothby, Achsah D. Keegan

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