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OC-047 Epigenetic alterations at diagnosis predict susceptibility, prognosis and treatment escalation in inflammatory bowel disease – ibd character
  1. R Kalla,
  2. AT Adams1,
  3. S Vatn2,
  4. F Bonfiglio3,
  5. ER Nimmo1,
  6. NA Kennedy1,
  7. N Ventham1,
  8. MH Vatn4,
  9. P Ricanek4,
  10. D Bergemalm5,
  11. J Halfvarson5,
  12. JD Soderholm6,
  13. M Pierik7,
  14. L Torkvist8,
  15. F Gomollon9,
  16. I Gut10,
  17. J Jahnsen2,
  18. J Satsangi1,
  19. IBDCharacter Consortium
  1. 1Gastroenterology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
  2. 2Gastroenterology, Akershus University, Lorenskog, Norway
  3. 3Gastroenterology, Biocruces Health Research Institute, Bilbao, Spain
  4. 4Gastroenterology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Oslo, Norway
  5. 5Gastroenterology, Orebro University, Orebro
  6. 6Surgery, Linkoping Univeristy, Linkoping, Sweden
  7. 7Gastroenterology, Maastricht University Medical centre, Maastricht, Netherlands
  8. 8Clinical Science, Karolinska Instituet, Karolinska, Sweden
  9. 9Gastroenterology, HCU “Lozano Blesa,”, Zaragosa
  10. 10Centre for Genomic Regulation, CNAG-CRG, Barcelona, Spain

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