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How does anti DNA antibody come from lupus?
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Dr. Norman Levine
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In brief: Anti-DNA antibody
People with lupus develop abnormal substances in their blood called antibodies.
These antibodies attack various organs of the body and cause the signs and symptoms of the disease. Anti-dna antibody is one such substance. The exact reason why people develop these antibodies is not known but there is often a genetic component (family history).

In brief: Anti-DNA antibody
People with lupus develop abnormal substances in their blood called antibodies.
These antibodies attack various organs of the body and cause the signs and symptoms of the disease. Anti-dna antibody is one such substance. The exact reason why people develop these antibodies is not known but there is often a genetic component (family history).
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