Insufficient serum L-ficolin is associated with the disease progression in pulmonary Mycobacterium avium complex disease

T. Kobayashi (Sapporo, Japan), K. Kuronuma (Sapporo, Japan), A. Saito (Sapporo, Japan), K. Ikeda (Sapporo, Japan), S. Ariki (Sapporo, Japan), M. Otsuka (Sapporo, Japan), H. Chiba (Sapporo, Japan), H. Takahashi (Sapporo, Japan)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Clinical investigations of non-TB mycobacterial infection
Session: Clinical investigations of non-TB mycobacterial infection
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2938

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T. Kobayashi (Sapporo, Japan), K. Kuronuma (Sapporo, Japan), A. Saito (Sapporo, Japan), K. Ikeda (Sapporo, Japan), S. Ariki (Sapporo, Japan), M. Otsuka (Sapporo, Japan), H. Chiba (Sapporo, Japan), H. Takahashi (Sapporo, Japan). Insufficient serum L-ficolin is associated with the disease progression in pulmonary Mycobacterium avium complex disease. 2938

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