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Evolution of anti-modified protein antibody responses can be driven by consecutive exposure to different post-translational modifications
Arthritis Research & Therapy, December 2021
M. Volkov, A. S. B. Kampstra, K. A. van Schie, A. Kawakami, M. Tamai, S. Kawashiri, T. Maeda, T. W. J. Huizinga, R. E. M. Toes, D. van der Woude
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