Prevalence and disease associations of certain autoantibodies in elderly patients

Juby, Angela G.; Davis, Paul
February 1998
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Feb98, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
Presents a study which determines the prevalence and disease associations of certain autoantibodies among elderly patients. View that many autoanibodies became generally elevated in elderly people as a result of immunosenescene; Reference to the SENIEUR Protocol; Methodology used to conduct the study; Discussion of the study; Results and conclusions reached.


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