Goodpasture's autoimmune disease — A collagen IV disorder

Vadim Pedchenko, A. Richard Kitching, Billy G. Hudson

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Abstract

Goodpasture's (GP) disease is an autoimmune disorder characterized by the deposition of pathogenic autoantibodies in basement membranes of kidney and lung eliciting rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis and pulmonary hemorrhage. The principal autoantigen is the α345 network of collagen IV, which expression is restricted to target tissues. Recent discoveries include a key role of chloride and bromide for network assembly, a novel posttranslational modification of the antigen, a sulfilimine bond that crosslinks the antigen, and the mechanistic role of HLA in genetic susceptibility and resistance to GP disease. These advances provide further insights into molecular mechanisms of initiation and progression of GP disease and serve as a basis for developing of novel diagnostic tools and therapies for treatment of Goodpasture's disease.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)240-249
Number of pages10
JournalMatrix Biology
Volume71-72
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2018

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Pedchenko, Vadim ; Kitching, A. Richard ; Hudson, Billy G. / Goodpasture's autoimmune disease — A collagen IV disorder. In: Matrix Biology. 2018 ; Vol. 71-72. pp. 240-249.
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Goodpasture's autoimmune disease — A collagen IV disorder. / Pedchenko, Vadim; Kitching, A. Richard; Hudson, Billy G.

In: Matrix Biology, Vol. 71-72, 01.10.2018, p. 240-249.

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