Contents

K. Conrad, R.-L. Humbel, M. Meurer, Y. Shoenfeld, E. M. Tan (Eds.)
Autoantigens and Autoantibodies: Diagnostic Tools and Clues to Understanding Autoimmunity


  1. Mechanisms of autoantibody induction and diversification

  • C. Casiano, X. Wu, C. Molinaro: Apoptosis, necrosis, and the genesis of  antinuclear antibodies: An integrated view

  • M. Bachmann: Somatic mutations, a mechanism for induction of autoimmunity?

  • M. Chen, B. Dahlmann, P. Hemmerich, T. D. Rockel, A. von Mikecz: Proteasome-dependent processing of nuclear autoantigens

  • T. D. Rockel, M. Chen, B. Dahlmann, P. Hemmerich, A. von Mikecz: Autoantigens of systemic rheumatic diseases are processed via proteasomes

  • J. Herkel, A. Mimran, N. Erez-Alon, V. Rotter, I. R. Cohen: Autoimmunity to the p53 protein is a feature of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) related to anti-DNA antibodies

  • M. Bachmann, D. Farris, K. Kaufman, U. Drathen, C. Schörner, J. Gross, T. Gross, J. James, J. B. Harley: Adoptive transfer of anti-La T-cells into human-La transgenic mice: Comparison of transgenic monoclonal anti-La antibodies with self- and non-self anti-La monoclonal antibodies of hyperimmunized mice 

  • M. T. McClain, R. H. Scofield, T. F. Gross, B. T. Kurien, J. A. James: Immunization with 60kd Ro peptides leads to a diversified immune response to multiple lupus autoantigens

  • S. Kumagai, S. Kanagawa,  A.Morinobu, M. Koshiba, S. Maekawa, N. Hayashi, S. Sugai, S. Miyagawa: A new allele of transporter associated with antigen processing gene (TAP2*Bky2) and glutathione S-transferase (GST) M1 homozygous null genotype were associated with anti-Ro/SS-A autoantibody production

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