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IGA relation to B12 deficiency

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  • Posted By: StillHereInNC
  • May 13, 2014
  • 01:03 PM

I'm trying to see the relation between low auto-immunity, Fifth's disease, B12 deficiency and an IGA deficiency in an adult. I suggest that the IGA deficiency is the genesis of all the cited problems, but I'm not sure.

Can we determine if an adult IGA deficiency comes from the mother's or from the father's genes, if we can, how do we make that determination?

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