The presence and significance of some anti-enzyme antibodies (anti-plasminogen, anti-trypsin, anti-phospholipase C) in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and reactive arthritis (rA).

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It is a well known fact that during the course of RA and rA, due to some cellular and molecular mechanisms, a number of proteolytic enzymes and membranal phospholipases are either activated or their concentration rises significantly. With this aim in view in the present work we have aimed to investigate if, in an inflammatory process associated to RA and rA… (More)

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@article{Stefanescu1989ThePA, title={The presence and significance of some anti-enzyme antibodies (anti-plasminogen, anti-trypsin, anti-phospholipase C) in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and reactive arthritis (rA).}, author={Maria Viorica Stefanescu and Geza Szegli and Lidia Cremer and Lucian Zarma and Elena Mazilu and M Naghiu and Diana Niculescu and A Gacheş and Adrian Onu}, journal={Archives roumaines de pathologie experimentales et de microbiologie}, year={1989}, volume={48 1}, pages={47-53} }