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Drug immunogenicity in patients with inflammatory arthritis and secondary failure to tumour necrosis factor inhibitor therapies: the REASON study.

The aims were to evaluate the prevalence of anti-drug antibodies (ADA) in patients with RA or SpA experiencing secondary failure to anti-TNF therapy and to correlate ADA presence with anti-TNF concentration and clinical response.


Prevalence, persistence and clinical correlations of classic and novel antiphospholipid antibodies in systemic lupus erythematosus.

aPL are frequently present in SLE. In a well characterized SLE cohort we aimed at investigating the prevalence of aPL and assessing their analytical performance and clinical association by testing criteria specificities including LA, aCL IgG and IgM, anti-β2-glycoprotein 1 (antiβ2GP1) IgG and IgM, as well as the non-criteria aPS-PT IgG and IgM and anti-β2GP1 domain 1 (aD1) IgG.

Presence of anti-eukaryotic initiation factor-2B, anti-RuvBL1/2 and anti-synthetase antibodies in patients with anti-nuclear antibody negative systemic sclerosis.

Autoantibodies targeting ubiquitously expressed nuclear antigens can be identified in most patients with SSc. Cytoplasmic autoantibodies (in otherwise ANA-negative sera) targeting eukaryotic initiation factor-2B (anti-eIF2B) have recently been identified in SSc with clinical associations to dcSSc disease and interstitial lung disease (ILD), although the majority of samples originated from a tertiary SSc-ILD centre. We investigated the prevalence and clinical associations of recently described SSc-specific (...


Anti-citrullinated alpha enolase antibodies, interstitial lung disease and bone erosion in rheumatoid arthritis.

RA is an articular chronic inflammatory disease that in a subgroup of patients can also present with extra-articular manifestations (EAMs). Despite intense investigation on this topic, reliable biomarkers for EAMs are lacking. In recent years several ACPAs, including those targeting anti-citrullinated alpha enolase peptide-1 (anti-CEP-1), have been identified in patients with RA. Data about the ability of anti-CEP-1 to predict the development of erosive disease are confliciting and no evidence concerning th...

Impact of diet and bariatric surgery on anti-Müllerian hormone levels.

Do serum levels of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) change in women of reproductive age following dietary and surgery-induced weight loss?

Anti-Gag antibodies gag HIV infection and slow disease progression.

Arterial thrombosis and anti-PD-1 blockade.

Anti-DFS70 autoantibodies in undifferentiated connective tissue diseases subjects: what's on the horizon?

The main objective was to determine the prevalence of anti-dense fine speckled (DFS70) antibodies in a stable population of undifferentiated connective tissue disease (UCTD) to better define their potential role.

Comment on: Failure of rivaroxaban to prevent thrombosis in four patients with anti-phospholipid syndrome.

Xenoreactive Antibodies and Latent Fibrin Formation in VAD and Cardiac Transplant Recipients Can Confound the Detection and Measurement of anti-AT1R Antibodies.

Autoantibodies to the angiotensin II type 1 receptor (AT1R) are thought to be important in antibody-mediated rejection (AMR), especially in the absence of anti-HLA antibodies. We used a variety of methods to examine the specificity of a commercially available kit designed to quantitate anti-AT1R antibodies. We found that fibrin formation in serum samples from patients awaiting cardiac transplantation with ventricular assist devices (VAD) can produce falsely elevated anti-AT1R values. In addition, absorption...

Detection of immune-related adverse events by medical imaging in patients treated with anti-programmed cell death 1.

Programmed death receptor-1 blocking antibodies (anti-PD1) are a new standard of care in many cancer types. Patients benefit from improved survival but have the risk of immune-related adverse events (irAE). We evaluated if medical imaging procedures, used for anti-tumour response assessment, can detect irAEs.

Comment on: Failure of rivaroxaban to prevent thrombosis in four patients with anti-phospholipid syndrome: reply.

Scleroderma-like renal crisis in a patient with anti-threonyl-tRNA synthetase-associated antisynthetase syndrome.

Implicit and explicit anti-fat bias: The role of weight-related attitudes and beliefs.

The increasing prevalence of anti-fat bias in American society comes at a great cost to the health and well-being of people who are overweight or obese. A better understanding of the correlates of anti-fat bias would inform development of interventions for reducing anti-fat bias. Based on three theoretical perspectives, this study tested the relation between attitudes and beliefs about weight and anti-fat bias (implicit and explicit): (1) The belief that one is like people who are fat (social identity theor...

Comment on: Managing varicella zoster virus contact and infection in patients on anti-rheumatic therapy.

Building a model for day case hiatal surgery - Lessons learnt over a 10 year period in a high volume unit: A case series.

Laparoscopic anti-reflux surgery has become the standard treatment for symptomatic gastro-oesophageal reflux disease refractory to medical therapy. Successful anti-reflux surgery involves safe, minimally invasive surgery, resulting in symptom resolution with minimal side effects. This study aims to assess the feasibility and safety of day case anti-reflux surgery focussing on peri- and post-operative outcomes as a measure of success.

Comment on: Patients' preferences for anti-osteoporosis drug treatment: a cross-European discrete choice experiment.

Haemophilus influenzae type b (hib) seroprevalence and current epidemiology in england and wales.

Introduction The introduction of the Hib conjugate vaccine in the United Kingdom resulted in a rapid decline in invasive Hib disease across all age groups. However, a resurgence in 2000-2002 prompted the introduction of additional control measures, including a routine 12-month booster in 2006. Here we describe results from a national serosurvey in children eligible for the 12-month booster and recent H. influenzae epidemiology in England and Wales. Methods A national serosurvey was performed to determine th...

Comment on: Patients' preferences for anti-osteoporosis drug treatment: a cross-European discrete choice experiment: reply.

Bone formation in ankylosing spondylitis during anti-tumour necrosis factor therapy imaged by 18F-fluoride positron emission tomography.

Delayed Sputum Conversion in TB-HIV Co-Infected Patients with Low Isoniazid and Rifampicin Concentrations.

The relationship between concentrations of anti-tuberculosis (TB) drugs, sputum conversion and treatment outcome remains unclear. We sought to determine the association between anti-TB drug concentrations and sputum conversion among TB-HIV co-infected patients on first-line anti-TB drugs.

Anti-streptavidin IgG antibody interference in anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (CCP) IgG antibody assays is a rare but important cause of false-positive anti-CCP results.

The detection of anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (anti-CCP) IgG antibodies in blood is mainly used for the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis. Falsely elevated anti-CCP IgG antibodies due to anti-streptavidin IgG antibodies were suspected in our laboratory.

Ursolic acid in health and disease.

Ursolic acid (UA) is a natural triterpene compound found in various fruits and vegetables. There is a growing interest in UA because of its beneficial effects, which include anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-apoptotic, and anti-carcinogenic effects. It exerts these effects in various tissues and organs: by suppressing nuclear factor-kappa B signaling in cancer cells, improving insulin signaling in adipose tissues, reducing the expression of markers of cardiac damage in the heart, decreasing inflammation...

Platelet responses to pharmacological and physiological interventions in middle-aged men with different habitual physical activity levels.

The current guidelines following an acute coronary syndrome recommend dual anti-platelet therapy (aspirin plus a P2Y12 antagonist) alongside lifestyle modifications, including more regular physical activity. It is currently unknown if regular exercise affects the pharmacology of dual anti-platelet therapy.

Bone formation in ankylosing spondylitis during anti-tumour necrosis factor therapy imaged by 18F-fluoride positron emission tomography.

Excessive bone formation is an important hallmark of AS. Recently it has been demonstrated that axial bony lesions in AS patients can be visualized using 18F-fluoride PET-CT. The aim of this study was to assess whether 18F-fluoride uptake in clinically active AS patients is related to focal bone formation in spine biopsies and is sensitive to change during anti-TNF treatment.


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