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Antigenic cross-reactivity, i.e., the capacity of a single antibody to react with apparently dissimilar structures, is a common characteristic of autoantibodies produced during systemic lupus(More)
The potential of electrospray tandem mass spectrometry using a quadrupole-time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometer was evaluated for the identification of two unknown proteins from one-dimensional(More)
Immunoblots of a two-dimensional PAGE-separated HL-60 cell proteomic map and mass spectrometry were combined to characterize proteins targeted by autoantibodies produced by male (New Zealand White x(More)
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