Performance of anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide assays differs in subjects at increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis and subjects with established disease

M. Kristen Demoruelle*, Mark C. Parish, Lezlie A. Derber, Jason R. Kolfenbach, Jan M. Hughes-Austin, Michael H. Weisman, William Gilliland, Jess D. Edison, Jane H. Buckner, Ted R. Mikuls, James R. O'Dell, Richard M. Keating, Peter K. Gregersen, Jill M. Norris, V. Michael Holers, Kevin D. Deane

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