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From: MS in South Asians in England: early disease onset and novel pattern of myelin autoimmunity

Figure 2

South Asian MS patients show a broader myelin T cell response. Compared to Caucasians with MS (A and B, column 1) there were increased numbers of recognized T cell epitopes in UK born South Asians (A and B, column 2) for both MBP (A, *p = 0.009) and MOG (B, **p = 0.017). In non-UK born South Asians, there was an increase in the number of recognized T cell epitopes in those with a disease onset greater than or equal to 30 years (A and B, column 4) compared to those with a disease onset under the age of 30 years (A and B, column 3). This was significant for both MBP (A, **p = 0.036) and MOG (B, ****p = 0.015).

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