Susceptibility to aspergillus infection may be genetically determined by mutations of the CLEC1A und CLEC7A genes.
|Hereditary susceptibility to infections|
|Disorders of mRNA editing|
|Genetic susceptibility to aspergillosis|
|Invasive pneumococcal disease|
|Measles infection susceptibility|
|Meningococcal infection susceptibility|
|Resistance to trypanosoma brucei|
|Susceptibility to bacteremia 1|
|Susceptibility to malaria|
|Susceptibility to mycobacterial diseases|
|Susceptibility to pseudomonas infection|
|X-linked mendelian susceptibility to mycobacterial diseases due to IKBKG deficiency|
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