The INS B allele (1,428 Fok I) is associated with reduced IDDM incidence in autoantibody-positive first degree relatives despite the presence of autoantibodies and high-risk HLA alleles

A. Pugliese, Z. L. Awdeh, C. A. Alper, R. A. Jackson, G. S. Eisenbarth

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