PROMISSE: progress in understanding pregnancy complications in patients with SLE
- JE Salmon1
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Published: 27 September 2012
This work is presented on behalf of the PROMISSE Investigators (J Buyon, M Kim, MD Lockshin, CA Laskin, DW Branch, J Merrill, M Petri, L Sammaritano, M Stephenson) and the PROMISSE Collaborators (JP Atkinson, M Triebwasser, SA Karumanchi). This research is supported by grant NIH/NIAMS RO1 AR49772.
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