The effects of prednisone and steroid-sparing agents on decay accelerating factor (CD55) expression: implications in myasthenia gravis.


Decay accelerating factor (DAF) expression at the muscle endplate is an important defence against complement-mediated damage in myasthenia gravis. Previously we implicated the c.-198C>G DAF polymorphism with the development of treatment-resistant myasthenia-associated ophthalmoplegia by showing that the C>G DAF polymorphism prevented lipopolysaccharide… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nmd.2014.02.010


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