Pancreatic autoantibodies in Crohn's disease: a family study.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Apr 01, 1997
Pancreatic antibodies are a specific marker for Crohn's disease. Two subgroups of pancreatic antibodies can be distinguished by their pattern and immunoglobulin subclasses. Pancreatic antibodies rarely occur in family members of patients with Crohn's disease. These family members may also have Crohn's disease.
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