Poking Holes in Rheumatoid Joints

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Science Translational Medicine  30 Oct 2013:
Vol. 5, Issue 209, pp. 209fs39
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.3007515

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Pathological mechanisms that cause cell membrane lysis and an increase in intracellular calcium may explain how rheumatoid arthritis patients develop citrullination of intracellular proteins in their joints (Romero et al., this issue).

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