Anti-ribosomal-P antibodies in lupus nephritis, neuropsychiatric lupus, lupus hepatitis, and Chagas’ disease: promising yet limited in clinical utility

@article{Abraham2014AntiribosomalPAI,
  title={Anti-ribosomal-P antibodies in lupus nephritis, neuropsychiatric lupus, lupus hepatitis, and Chagas’ disease: promising yet limited in clinical utility},
  author={Mary Abraham and Chris T Derk},
  journal={Rheumatology International},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={27-33}
}
Anti-P antibodies have been associated with organ involvement in SLE, such as in autoimmune hepatitis, and have been suggested to be directly pathogenic. Neuropsychiatric lupus, lupoid hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, lupus nephritis, and Chagas’ disease have been associated with the presence of anti-P antibody. This review seeks to look into the current literature on anti-P antibody and the association between SLE and non-SLE autoimmune connective tissue disorder. 

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