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Using Proteomic Analysis for Studying the Skin Fibroblast Protein Profile in Systemic Sclerosis

By P. Coral-Alvarado, G. Quintana, C. Cardozo, J. Iriarte, Y. Sanchez, S. Bravo, J. Castano, M.F. Garces, L. Cepeda, A. Iglesias-Gamarra and J.E. Caminos

Submitted: February 9th 2011Reviewed: August 9th 2011Published: February 3rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/26585

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P. Coral-Alvarado, G. Quintana, C. Cardozo, J. Iriarte, Y. Sanchez, S. Bravo, J. Castano, M.F. Garces, L. Cepeda, A. Iglesias-Gamarra and J.E. Caminos (February 3rd 2012). Using Proteomic Analysis for Studying the Skin Fibroblast Protein Profile in Systemic Sclerosis, Systemic Sclerosis - An Update on the Aberrant Immune System and Clinical Features, Timothy Radstake, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/26585. Available from:

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