Nonsynonymous Polymorphism in Guanine Monophosphate Synthetase Is a Risk Factor for Unfavorable Thiopurine Metabolite Ratios in Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Rebecca L Roberts, Mary C Wallace, Margien L Seinen, Adriaan A Van Bodegraven, Krupa Krishnaprasad, Gregory T Jones, Andre M Van Rij, Angela Baird, Ian C Lawrance, Ruth Prosser, Peter Bampton, Rachel Grafton, Lisa A Simms, Corrie Studd, Sally J Bell, Martin A Kennedy, Jacob Halliwell, Richard B Gearry, Graham Radford-smith, Jane M AndrewsPatrick C Mchugh, Murray L Barclay

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