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Frühe Komplementdefekte

Defekten in den frühen Abschnitten der klassischen Komplementaktivierung zeichnen sich vor allem durch eine besondere Neigung zu Autoimmunerkrankungen aus. Es betrifft insbesondere die Faktoren C1q, C1r, C1s, C2, C4.

Gliederung

Erbliche Complementstörungen
CR1-Mangel
Complementfactor-Properdin-Mangel
Complementfaktor I-Mangel
Complementfaktor-D-Mangel
Frühe Komplementdefekte
Komplement C1q-Mangel
C1QA
C1QB
C1QC
Komplement C1r/C1s-Mangel
C1R
Komplement C1s-Mangel
C1S
Hereditäres Angioödem
Komplement C2-Mangel
Komplement C3-Mangel
Komplement C4-Mangel
Komplement C5-Mangel
Komplement C6-Mangel
Komplement C7-Mangel
Komplement C8-Mangel
Komplement C9-Mangel
Terminale Komplementdefekte
Thrombotische Mikroangiopathien

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Cole FS et al. (1985) The molecular basis for genetic deficiency of the second component of human complement.

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Callen JP et al. (1987) Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus in multiple members of a family with C2 deficiency.

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Efthimiou J et al. (1986) Heterozygous C2 deficiency associated with angioedema, myasthenia gravis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.

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Klemperer MR et al. (1966) Hereditary deficiency of the second component of complement (C'2) in man.

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None (1967) Inborn errors of the complement system of man.

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Provost TT et al. (1983) Homozygous C2 deficiency, lupus erythematosus, and anti-Ro (SSA) antibodies.

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McCarty DJ et al. (1981) Serologic studies in a family with heterozygous C2 deficiency.

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Riggs JE et al. (1980) Heterozygous C2-deficiency and myasthenia gravis.

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Mortensen JP et al. (1980) Studies on the C2-deficiency gene in man.

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Thong YH et al. (1980) Homozygous deficiency of the second component of complement presenting with recurrent bacterial meningitis.

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Awdeh ZL et al. (1981) Complement-human histocompatibility antigen haplotypes in C2 deficiency.

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Lhotta K et al. (1990) Renal disease in a patient with hereditary complete deficiency of the fourth component of complement.

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Vergani D et al. (1985) Genetically determined low C4: a predisposing factor to autoimmune chronic active hepatitis.

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Ranford P et al. (1987) A high frequency of inherited deficiency of complement component C4 in Darwin Aborigines.

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Huang DF et al. (1995) Population and family studies of three disease-related polymorphic genes in systemic lupus erythematosus.

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Partanen J et al. (1988) C4 null phenotypes among lupus erythematosus patients are predominantly the result of deletions covering C4 and closely linked 21-hydroxylase A genes.

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None (1986) Primary structure of human complement component C2. Homology to two unrelated protein families.

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None (1960) Essential hypocomplementemia: report of a case.

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Simon S et al. (1991) A restriction fragment of the C2 gene is a unique marker for C2 deficiency and the uncommon C2 allele C2*B (a marker for type 1 diabetes).

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None (1968) Inherited c'2 deficiency in man: lack of immunochemically detectable c'2 protein in serums from deficient individuals.

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