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Cell Surface Glycans at SLE – Changes During Cells Death, Utilization for Disease Detection and Molecular Mechanism Underlying Their Modification

By Bilyy Rostyslav, Tomin Andriy, Yaroslav Tolstyak, Havrylyuk Anna, Chopyak Valentina, Kit Yuriy and Stoika Rostyslav

Submitted: November 11th 2010Reviewed: April 19th 2011Published: October 26th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/21041

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Bilyy Rostyslav, Tomin Andriy, Yaroslav Tolstyak, Havrylyuk Anna, Chopyak Valentina, Kit Yuriy and Stoika Rostyslav (October 26th 2011). Cell Surface Glycans at SLE – Changes During Cells Death, Utilization for Disease Detection and Molecular Mechanism Underlying Their Modification, Autoimmune Disorders - Pathogenetic Aspects, Clio P. Mavragani, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/21041. Available from:

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