Team discovers novel anti-NET antibodies in a multinational cohort of antiphospholipid syndrome patients

Antiphospholipid syndrome is a understudied autoimmune disease that is nevertheless a leading causes of deadly blood clots and late-term pregnancy loss. An international study led by the University of Michigan researchers Ray Zuo, M.D., and Jason Knight, M.D., Ph.D., has discovered a new class of functional autoantibodies in APS patients that contributes to the disease’s development and the systemic inflammation it induces.

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