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Cypr1  -  cytokine production 1

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Disease relevance of Cypr1

  • Locus Cypr1 (cytokine production 1) that controls production of IL-4 was mapped on mouse chromosome 16 near D16Mit15 [1]. Imbalance in cytokine levels is observed in many diseases. Thus, understanding of genetic regulation of cytokine production has disease relevance.

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