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Published in Rheumatology

Journal Scan / Research · October 21, 2021

HLA-DRB1 Risk Alleles for RA Are Associated With Different Responsiveness to Abatacept and Adalimumab

Arthritis Research & Therapy


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Arthritis Research & Therapy
HLA-DRB1 risk alleles for RA are associated with differential clinical responsiveness to abatacept and adalimumab: data from a head-to-head, randomized, single-blind study in autoantibody-positive early RA
Arthritis Res. Ther. 2021 Sep 18;23(1)245, W Rigby, JH Buckner, S Louis Bridges, M Nys, S Gao, M Polinsky, N Ray, V Bykerk

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