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Albert L J, Inman R D1999 Molecular mimicry and autoimmunity. New England Journal of Medicine 341: 2068-2074 Broe M E, Elseviers M M 1998 Analgesic nephropathy.

New England Journal of Medicine 338: 446-452 Choy E H S, Panayi G S 2001 Cytokine pathways and joint inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis. New England Journal of Medicine 344: 907-916 Creamer P, Hochberg M C 1997 Osteoarthritis. Lancet 350: 503-509

Delves P J, Roitt IM 2000 The immune system. New England Journal of Medicine 343: 37-49 (and also subsequent articles in this extensive series on Advances in Immunology) Emmerson B T 1996 The management of gout. New

England Journal of Medicine, 334: 445-451 Fitzgerald G A, Patrono C 2001 The coxibs, selective inhibitors of cyclooxygenase-2. New England Journal of Medicine 345: 433^42 Goodnow C C 2001 Pathways for self-tolerance and the treatment of autoimmune disease. Lancet 357: 2115-2121

Hawkey C J 1999 Cox-2 inhibitors. Lancet 353: 307-314

Lee D M, Weinblatt M E 2001 Rheumatoid arthritis.

Lancet 358: 903-911 Lipworth B J 1999 Leukotriene-receptor antagonists.

Lancet 353: 57-62 Parkin J, Cohen B 2001 An overview of the immune system. Lancet 357:1777-1789 Seymour H E, Worsley A, Smith J M, Thomas S H L 2001 Anti-TNF agents for rheumatoid arthritis. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 51: 201-208 Sneader W 2000 The discovery of aspirin: a reappraisal. British Medical Journal 321:1591 Walker-Bone K et al 2000 Medical management of osteoarthritis. British Medical Journal 321: 936-940 Wolfe M M, Lichtenstein D R, Singh G 1999 Gastrointestinal toxicity of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs. New England Journal of Medicine 340:1888-1999

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