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Blood and synovial fluid cytokine signatures in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a cross-sectional study
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    Re: Comment on Blood and synovial fluid cytokine signatures in patients with juvenile idiopathic art

    Dear Editor,

    We have read the comments of Zsolt Balogh on our cross sectional study of cytokine profiles in JIA (1). Indeed a good point arises that patient selection in these kinds of studies are critical. In this case however, a printing error is the cause of the confusion. During the review process of this paper several brief communications took place with the editing office due to printing errors in table 1. In...

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    Comment on Blood and synovial fluid cytokine signatures in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthrit

    Dear Editor,

    We read with expectations the study on cytokine signatures in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) [1]. The widespread investigation of cytokines and chemokines, the smart and spectacular presentation of the results (especially Fig. 2.) are impressive. Even so, we must make a remark that the alignment of the patients has not been done the most fortunate way.

    As the authors state,...

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