Anti-FHL1 autoantibodies in juvenile myositis are associated with anti-Ro52 autoantibodies but not with severe disease features

Matthew A. Sherman, Rose Graf, Sara E. Sabbagh, Angeles S. Galindo-Feria, Iago Pinal-Fernandez, Katherine Pak, Takayuki Kishi, Willy A. Flegel, Ira N. Targoff, Frederick W. Miller, Ingrid E. Lundberg, Lisa G. Rider, Andrew L. Mammen, Daniel A. Albert, Bita Arabshahi, Imelda M. Balboni, Susan Ballinger, Lilliana Barillas-Arias, Mara L. Becker, C. April BinghamJohn F. Bohnsack, Ruy Carrasco, Victoria W. Cartwright, Randy Q. Cron, Rodolfo Curiel, Jason A. Dare, Wendy De La Pena, Marietta M. Deguzman, B. Anne Eberhard, Barbara S. Edelheit, Terri H. Finkel, Stephen W. George, Harry L. Gewanter, Ellen A. Goldmuntz, Brandt P. Groh, Hillary H. Haftel, William P. Hannan, Michael Henrickson, Gloria C. Higgins, Patricia M. Hobday, Russell J. Hopp, Adam M. Huber, Lisa Imundo, C. J. Inman, Anna Jansen, James Jarvis, Olcay Y. Jones, Ankur Kamdar, Hanna Kim, Daniel J. Kingsbury, Carol B. Lindsley, Gulnara Mamyrova, Paul L. McCarthy, Stephen R. Mitchell, Frederick T. Murphy, Kabita Nanda, Terrance O'Hanlon, Elif A. Oral, Lauren M. Pachman, Maria D. Perez, Donald A. Person, C. Egla Rabinovich, Tova Ronis, Adam Schiffenbauer, Bracha Shaham, Sara H. Sinal, Jennifer Soep, Matthew L. Stoll, Sangeeta Sule, Stacey Tarvin, Scott A. Vogelgesang, Rita Volochayev, Jennifer C. Wargula, Patience H. White

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