DNA Methylation Signatures of Multiple Sclerosis Occur Independently of Known Genetic Risk and Are Primarily Attributed to B Cells and Monocytes

Alexandre Xavier, Vicki E. Maltby, Ewoud Ewing, Maria Pia Campagna, Sean M. Burnard, Jesper Tegner, Mark Slee, Helmut Butzkueven, Ingrid Kockum, Lara Kular, Vilija G. Jokubaitis, Vilija G. Jokubaitis, Lars Alfredsson, Lars Alfredsson, Anne-Louise Ponsonby, Bruce V. Taylor, Rodney J. Scott, Rodney J. Scott, Jeannette Lechner-Scott, Ausimmune/AusLong Investigators Group

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