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What drugs induce lupus erythematosus?
procainamide and isoniazid
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in SLE
native dna, (anti-doublestranded dna) 40-60%; Core protiens of small nuclear ribonucleoprotein (anti-sm) 20-30 %
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in drug induced LE
Histones (antihistones) >95%
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in Systemic Sclerosis?
DNA topoisomerase I (Scl-70) 28-70%
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in limited Sceroderma (crest)
Centromeric protiens (anticentramere) 90%
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in Sjogerne's syndrome
RNP (SS-A 70-95% and SS-B 60-90%)
What anitnulear antibodies are involved in Inflammatory Myopathies
Mestiayl-f-synthetase (Jo-1) 25%