Multiple Roles for B-Lymphocytes in Sjogren’s Syndrome
AbstractSjogren’s syndrome (SS) is a complex heterogeneous autoimmune disease resulting in loss of salivary gland and lacrimal gland function that may include multiple systemic manifestations including lymphoma. Multiple cell types participate in disease pathogenesis. This review discusses evidence for abnormal B cell subpopulations in patients with SS, critical roles of B cells in SS and the status of B cell–directed therapies in the management of patients with SS. View Full-Text
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Ambrus, J.L.; Suresh, L.; Peck, A. Multiple Roles for B-Lymphocytes in Sjogren’s Syndrome. J. Clin. Med. 2016, 5, 87.
Ambrus JL, Suresh L, Peck A. Multiple Roles for B-Lymphocytes in Sjogren’s Syndrome. Journal of Clinical Medicine. 2016; 5(10):87.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ambrus, Julian L.; Suresh, Lakshmanan; Peck, Ammon. 2016. "Multiple Roles for B-Lymphocytes in Sjogren’s Syndrome." J. Clin. Med. 5, no. 10: 87.
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