Anorectic patients (N = 37) had a higher frequency of HLA-Bw16 than
normal controls, due to the higher frequency of HLA-Bw38. They also had a
higher rate of A26-Bw38. HLA typing may lead to hypotheses about the
biology of anorexia nervosa.
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