Autoantibodies against post-translationally modified proteins (PTM) are described in various rheumatic diseases and facilitate diagnosis and patient stratification. Researchers from the Leiden University Medical Center analysed the presence of autoantibodies against six different post-translational modifications in a cohort of patients with neuropsychiatric lupus. In this podcast, Leendert Trouw, Rory Monahan and Michelle van den Beukel discuss the results of their study with the ARD/RMDopen social media advisor Caroline Ospelt.
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