Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy
Last Posted: Aug 24, 2020
- HLA-DRB1 allele and autoantibody profiles in Japanese patients with inclusion body myositis.
Oyama Munenori, et al. PloS one 2020 0 (8) e0237890
- The PTPN22 gene is associated with idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Maundrell Adam, et al. Muscle & nerve 2016 6
- Seasonality of birth patterns in an Australian cohort of patients with biopsy-confirmed idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Woodman R, et al. Internal medicine journal 2016 5 (5) 619-21
- Vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and haplotypes in Hungarian patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Bodoki Levente, et al. BioMed research international 2015 0 809895
- Arthritis in idiopathic inflammatory myopathy: clinical features and autoantibody associations.
Klein Martin, et al. The Journal of rheumatology 2014 6 (6) 1133-9
- Genetic association study of NF-?B genes in UK Caucasian adult and juvenile onset idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Chinoy Hector, et al. Rheumatology (Oxford, England) 2012 5 (5) 794-9
- Idiopathic inflammatory myopathy
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- Cancer-associated myositis and anti-p155 autoantibody in a series of 85 patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Trallero-Araguás Ernesto, et al. Medicine 2010 1 (1) 47-52
- HLA-DPB1 associations differ between DRB1*03 positive anti-Jo-1 and anti-PM-Scl antibody positive idiopathic inflammatory myopathy.
Chinoy Hector, et al. Rheumatology (Oxford, England) 2009 10 (10) 1213-7
- The protein tyrosine phosphatase N22 gene is associated with juvenile and adult idiopathic inflammatory myopathy independent of the HLA 8.1 haplotype in British Caucasian patients.
Chinoy H, et al. Arthritis and rheumatism 2008 10 (10) 3247-54
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