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GILZ represents a novel checkpoint in the interferon program in SLE

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posted on 09.11.2020, 02:51 by CHAMPA TUMKUR NATARAJA
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) or lupus is a multi-system autoimmune disease that predominantly affects younger women. The treatment of lupus has scarcely changed over the last seven decades—glucocorticoids or steroids remain the most prescribed treatment in lupus. As a ‘double-edged sword’, the use of these drugs is accompanied by a litany of adverse effects that contribute to morbidity and mortality in these patients. Thus, there is a dire need for a drug that mimics the anti-inflammatory effects of steroids but without the negative metabolic effects. GILZ may represent such an alternative, potentially leading to improved outcomes for lupus patients.

History

Principal supervisor

Eric Francis Morand

Additional supervisor 1

Dr Sarah Jones

Additional supervisor 2

Prof Michelle Leech

Year of Award

2020

Department, School or Centre

Medicine - Monash Health

Campus location

Australia

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

DOCTORATE

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