Autoantibodies in polyendocrinopathy

Polyendocrinopathy Mosaic

Parathyroid gland, monkey: antibodies against parathyroid gland (left) and adrenal gland, monkey: antibodies against adrenal gland (right)
Testis, monkey: antibodies against Leydig cells (left) and ovary, monkey: antibodies against theca cells (right)

Autoimmune polyendocrinopathies are characterised by the association of at least two endocrine diseases and the presence of one or more autoantibodies against endocrine organs or against parietal cells of the stomach or striated muscle. 

For the serological diagnosis of autoimmune polyendocrinopathies, multiple BIOCHIPs with different tissue sections, e.g., thyroid gland, pancreas, adrenal gland, ovary and testis, can be combined.


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Polyendocrinopathy Mosaic FA 1010-2