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Scleroderma, Limited

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  • In contrast, C4A/Q0 was significantly increased in limited scleroderma (53.8%, p < 0.005, pc < 0.05) and SSc without a-SCL-70 (53.8%, p < 0.005, pc < 0.05) [9].


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