C Papasteriadis

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It has been shown that Greek RA patients do not show an increased frequency of HLA-DR4 compared with Greek controls. As only the Dw4 and Dw14 subtypes of DR4 are implicated in RA, we have characterised DR4-positive Greek RA patients and controls using serology, MLC typing and RFLP analysis to see whether the distribution of DR4 subtypes or other HLA(More)
Human T lymphocytes have been tested for cell surface p. 28,33 "Ia-like" heteroantigen and DRw alloantigens. Small numbers (1--5%) of sheep (E) rosette or T antigen-positive, surface immunoglobulin-negative (E+, T+, smIg-) T cells were Ia+; these cells appeared to be restricted to the TG subset. Following activation by allogeneic lymphocytes or sperm, or by(More)
  • D Adams, H Festenstein, +5 authors P K Thomas
  • Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
  • 1979
Observations are reported on 14 patients with a clinical diagnosis of recurrent or chronic relapsing idiopathic inflammatory polyneuropathy of Guillain-Barré type. The results suggest the possibility of a disease susceptibility gene for this disorder associated with the HLA-A1, -B8, -DRw3, and -Dw3 haplotype.
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