Adult-onset Still's Disease
Last Posted: Jul 08, 2021
- The Association of ATG16L1 Variations with Clinical Phenotypes of Adult-Onset Still's Disease.
Hung Wei-Ting, et al. Genes 2021 6 (6)
- Association of the Leukocyte Immunoglobulin-like Receptor A3 Gene With Neutrophil Activation and Disease Susceptibility in Adult-Onset Still's Disease.
Wang Mengyan, et al. Arthritis & rheumatology (Hoboken, N.J.) 2020 12
- The amino acid variants in HLA II molecules explain the major association with adult-onset Still's disease in the Han Chinese population.
Teng Jia-Lin, et al. Journal of autoimmunity 2020 11 102562
- Genetic Association and Expression Correlation between Colony-Stimulating Factor 1 Gene Encoding M-CSF and Adult-Onset Still's Disease.
Chen Yi-Ming, et al. Journal of immunology research 2020 0 8640719
- Effects of HLA-DRB1 alleles on susceptibility and clinical manifestations in Japanese patients with adult onset Still's disease.
Asano Tomoyuki, et al. Arthritis research & therapy 2017 0 (1) 199
- Serum amyloid A1 (SAA1) gene polymorphisms in Japanese patients with adult-onset Still's disease.
Yashiro Makiko, et al. Medicine 2018 12 (49) e13394
- HLA-DQB1 DPB1 alleles in Japanese patients with adult-onset Still's disease.
Fujita Yuya, et al. Modern rheumatology 2018 8 1-15
- Molecular genetic analysis for periodic fever syndromes: a supplemental role for the diagnosis of adult-onset Still's disease.
Li Hongbin et al. Clinical rheumatology 2018 Jun
- Evidence for genetic overlap between adult onset Still's disease and hereditary periodic fever syndromes.
Sighart R, et al. Rheumatology international 2017 11
- Increased prevalence of MEFV exon 10 variants in Japanese patients with adult-onset Still's disease.
Nonaka F, et al. Clinical and experimental immunology 2015 3 (3) 392-7
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