Heterozygotes Are at Increased Risk of Respiratory Infections: A Population-Based Study.


) gene may be more susceptible to respiratory infections than the general population.

= .035) than controls.

heterozygotes is needed.

patients and only the highly likely subcohort, compared with age/sex-matched controls. We examined the presence of any claim using McNemar's test and the number of claims using the sign test.

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