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Serum S100A12 as a new marker for inflammatory bowel disease and its relationship with disease activity
  1. Dirk Foell
  1. Correspondence to Professor Dirk Foell, University Children's Hospital Muenster, Albert-Schweitzer-Str. 33, Muenster 48149, Germany; dfoell{at}uni-muenster.de

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The Author's response We read the letter by Brinar et al published online first with interest.1 The authors of this letter confirm elevated S100A12 serum concentrations in inflammatory bowel disease but they could not find a correlation between disease activity and S100A12 serum levels. The differences to our study published in 2003 can be easily explained by the ELISA systems used in the different studies. Brinar …

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