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May 2020

Volume 19Issue 5p744-913
Open Access
Our results showed that the decreased core fucosylation of IgG is a player in antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity responsible for the destruction of thyroid tissue in autoimmune thyroid diseases. The cover illustration expresses the importance of IgG defucosylation in thyroid autoimmunity as the playing cards depicting the defucosylated IgG as an ace - the strongest card. For details, see the article by Martin et al., pages 774–792. Art by: Ewa Pocheć....
Our results showed that the decreased core fucosylation of IgG is a player in antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity responsible for the destruction of thyroid tissue in autoimmune thyroid diseases. The cover illustration expresses the importance of IgG defucosylation in thyroid autoimmunity as the playing cards depicting the defucosylated IgG as an ace - the strongest card. For details, see the article by Martin et al., pages 774–792. Art by: Ewa Pocheć.

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