Mannose binding lectin gene polymorphisms are associated with disease activity and functional disability in untreated, anti-CCP positive early rheumatoid arthritis patients

S. Jacobsen, P. Garred, H. O. Madsen, A. Svejgaard, N. Heegaard, M. L. Hetland, K. Stengaard-Pedersen, Peter Junker, Tine Lottenburger, T. Ellingsen, Lis Smedegaard Andersen, I. Hansen, H. Skjødt, J. K. Pedersen, U. B. Lauridsen, Anders Jørgen Svendsen, U. Tarp, J. Pødenphant, G. Hansen, Hanne Merete LindegaardA. de Carvalho, M. Østergaard, K. Hørslev-Petersen

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Original languageEnglish
Publication date2007
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventEULAR Congress - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 13. Jun 200716. Jun 2007

Conference

ConferenceEULAR Congress
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period13/06/200716/06/2007

Bibliographical note

også præsenteret ved denne begivenhed:
ACR Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston 2007
nov.. 06 2007 - nov.. 11 2007, Boston, USA

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Jacobsen, S., Garred, P., Madsen, H. O., Svejgaard, A., Heegaard, N., Hetland, M. L., Stengaard-Pedersen, K., Junker, P., Lottenburger, T., Ellingsen, T., Andersen, L. S., Hansen, I., Skjødt, H., Pedersen, J. K., Lauridsen, U. B., Svendsen, A. J., Tarp, U., Pødenphant, J., Hansen, G., ... Hørslev-Petersen, K. (2007). Mannose binding lectin gene polymorphisms are associated with disease activity and functional disability in untreated, anti-CCP positive early rheumatoid arthritis patients. Poster session presented at EULAR Congress, Barcelona, Spain.