Lymphocytotoxic antibodies are a common feature in the sera of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. This family study, however, has not confirmed the previous findings of an increased incidence in the sera of their relatives. Adsorption studies suggest that when lymphocytotoxins occur in the sera of normal subjects and relatives of patients they have a different specificity and thus significance.
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