Saturday January 20th 2018

Potassium channel KIR4.1-specific antibodies in children with acquired demyelinating CNS disease

Conclusion: Serum antibodies to KIR4.1 are found in the majority of children with ADD but not in children with other diseases or in HCs. These findings suggest that KIR4.1 is an important target of autoantibodies in childhood ADD. (Source: Neurology)

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Potassium channel KIR4.1-specific antibodies in children with acquired demyelinating CNS disease

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