Association of single-nucleotide polymorphisms in TLR7 (Gln11Leu) and TLR9 (1635A/G) with a higher CD4T cell count during HIV infection

E. A. Said*, F. Al-Yafei, F. Zadjali, S. S. Hasson, M. S. Al-Balushi, S. Al-Mahruqi, C. Y. Koh, K. Al-Naamani, J. Z. Al-Busaidi, M. A. Idris, A. Balkhair, A. A. Al-Jabri

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