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antinuclear antibodies


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antinuclear antibody

antinuclear antibodies

Paraneoplastic Antinuclear and Antinucleolar Antibodies

Antinuclear antibodies and lupus: causes and consequences

Antinuclear Antibody Testing: Methods, Indications, and Interpretation

Antinuclear antibodies: cause of disease or caused by disease?

Evaluation of Multiplex Antinuclear Antibody Assay in Pediatric Patients

Anti-nuclear antibodies in patients with premature ovarian failure

The association of antinuclear antibodies with organ involvement and survival in systemic sclerosis

Two ultraviolet radiation-induced episodes of optic neuritis in a patient with antinuclear antibody

Clinical features and serum antinuclear antibodies in 230 Danish patients with systemic sclerosis.

Antinuclear and Antinucleolar Antibodies in Patients with Scleroderma-Polymyositis Overlap Syndrome

Antinuclear antibody-negative lupus as a distinct diagnostic entity—does it no longer exist?

The origin of anti-nuclear antibodies in bcl-2 transgenic mice

P016 - Antinuclear antibodies: a marker associated with steroid dependence in patients with ulcerative colitis

DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF ANTI-RA33 ANTIBODY, ANTIKERATIN ANTIBODY, ANTIPERINUCLEAR FACTOR AND ANTINUCLEAR ANTIBODY IN EARLY RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: COMPARISON WITH RHEUMATOID FACTOR

Cost-effective detection of non-antidouble-stranded DNA antinuclear antibody specificities in daily clinical practice

Specific anti-nuclear antibodies in systemic sclerosis patients with and without skin involvement: an extended methodological approach

Systemic sclerosis without antinuclear antibodies or Raynaud's phenomenon: a multicentre study in the prospective EULAR Scleroderma Trials and Research (EUSTAR) database

 

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(ANA)

Antibodies, usually IgG, directed against antigens in the nucleus, commonly dsDNA or histones although other nuclear components may be the antigen. ANA are characteristic of autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjögren's syndrome.

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