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Definition

An immunologic disorder characterized by abnormal peripheral blood myeloid phenotype with a marked loss of CD11C-positive/CD1C dendritic cells, resulting in selective susceptibility to mycobacterial infections.

Acronym

IMD32A

Synonyms

Autosomal dominant CD11C-positive/CD1C-positive dendritic cell deficiency
Autosomal dominant immunodeficiency 32A, mycobacteriosis
Autosomal dominant IRF8 deficiency

 
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