Seeking patients with autoimmune blistering skin conditions

The Lubeck Study: A prospective study on serum antibodies against target antigens of bullous autoimmune diseases and genetic susceptibility

This study aims to see how effective a new blood test (using a diagnostic test called EUROIMMUN biochip) is in diagnosing and monitoring autoimmune blistering skin diseases, in comparison to the standard blood test.

Participants will be asked to donate an additional sample of blood which will be used for research into genetic susceptibility to autoimmune blistering skin disease. Only one visit is required and this usually will occur at the time of your visit at The Royal Melbourne Hospital.

Anticipated date that enrolment will close: Ongoing

Who can take part

  • Diagnosis or suspected immunolullous disease

What is involved for you

  • Blood test a single visit
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For more information

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Dermatology Research
(03) 9342 4531