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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : LAD / linear IgA dermatosis

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Abbreviation:   LAD  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   linear IgA dermatosis
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2018 Previously misdiagnosed linear IgA dermatosis resolved with dapsone. ---
2017 C-Terminal Processing of Collagen XVII Induces Neoepitopes for Linear IgA Dermatosis Autoantibodies. ---
2017 Spectrum of Autoimmune Bullous Diseases in Northern Greece. A 4-year Retrospective Study and Review of the Literature. AIotaBD, BP, EBA, MMP, PF, PG, PV
2012 Amlodipine-induced linear IgA disease. ---
2009 Plasmin plays a role in the in vitro generation of the linear IgA dermatosis antigen LADB97. ---
2008 Linear IgA dermatosis: report of an infantile case and analysis of 213 cases in Japan. BMZ
2004 Linear IgA dermatosis in an immunosuppressed patient after allogenic bone marrow transplantation. ---
2000 Burn-induced linear IgA dermatosis. ---
2000 The 120-kDa soluble ectodomain of type XVII collagen is recognized by autoantibodies in patients with pemphigoid and linear IgA dermatosis. BP, CP
10  1997 Bullous pemphigoid and linear IgA dermatosis sera recognize a similar 120-kDa keratinocyte collagenous glycoprotein with antigenic cross-reactivity to BP180. BP, GABEB
11  1995 A bullous eruption in an elderly woman. Vancomycin-associated linear IgA dermatosis (LAD). ---
12  1994 Linear IgA disease and pregnancy. ---
13  1993 A blistering eruption in an elderly woman. Linear IgA dermatosis (LAD). ---
14  1992 Ultrastructural immunogold studies in two cases of linear IgA dermatosis. Are there two distinct types of this disease? ---
15  1990 Use of 1M NaCl split skin in the indirect immunofluorescence of the linear IgA bullous dermatoses. CBDC, IIF
16  1988 Arciform blistering in an elderly woman. Linear IgA dermatosis (LAD). ---