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Familial and syndromic lupus share the same phenotype as other early-onset forms of lupus.

Olivia Weill 1 Stéphane Decramer 1 Christophe Malcus 2 Behrouz Kassai 3, 4 Isabelle Rouvet 5 Tiphanie Ginhoux 4 Yanick Crow 6 Frédéric Rieux-Laucat 7 Pauline Soulas-Sprauel 8 Anne Pagnier 9 Isabelle Kone-Paut 9 Maryam Piram 9 Caroline Galeotti 9 Charlotte Samaille 10 Héloïse Reumaux 10 Aurélia Lanteri 11 Sandrine Morell Dubois 11 Hélène Lefebvre 11 Stéphane Burtey 12 François Maurier 13 Aurélia Carbasse 14 Irène Lemelle 15 Ulrich Meinzer 16 Véronique Despert 17 Hugues Flodrops 18 Nicole Fabien 2 Bruno Ranchin 19 Eric Hachulla 20 Brigitte Bader-Meunier 21 Alexandre Belot 22, 23
Abstract : Studies of early-onset systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) have identified monogenic forms of the disease. The primary objective of this study was to compare the clinical and laboratory features of the first patients included in the GENIAL/LUMUGENE cohort to those reported in previous publications. The secondary objective was to determine whether subgroups with a distinctive pattern of clinical and biological features are seen in predominantly genetic forms of SLE.
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Olivia Weill, Stéphane Decramer, Christophe Malcus, Behrouz Kassai, Isabelle Rouvet, et al.. Familial and syndromic lupus share the same phenotype as other early-onset forms of lupus.. Joint Bone Spine, Elsevier Masson, 2017, pp.589-593. ⟨10.1016/j.jbspin.2016.12.008⟩. ⟨hal-01771410⟩



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