IRF5 haplotypes demonstrate diverse serological associations which predict serum interferon alpha activity and explain the majority of the genetic association with systemic lupus erythematosus

Timothy B. Niewold*, Jennifer A. Kelly, Silvia N. Kariuki, Beverly S. Franek, Akaash A. Kumar, Kenneth M. Kaufman, Kenaz Thomas, Daniel Walker, Stan Kamp, Jacqueline M. Frost, Andrew K. Wong, Joan T. Merrill, Marta E. Alarcón-Riquelme, Mohammed Tikly, Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman, John D. Reveille, Michelle A. Petri, Jeffrey C. Edberg, Robert P. Kimberly, Graciela S. AlarcónDiane L. Kamen, Gary S. Gilkeson, Timothy J. Vyse, Judith A. James, Patrick M. Gaffney, Kathy L. Moser, Mary K. Crow, John B. Harley

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