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The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that subjects with active System Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) will benefit from correcting their omega-3 deficiency. This will be an add-on to standard of care medication.
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The purpose of this study is to focus on following a prospective cohort of 30 patients with classified SLE for the collection of demographic, clinical (disease activity), and laboratory data that can be used to provide well- characterized biological samples for future assessment of mechanisms of immune dysregulation that lead to clinical disease flare, including a distinct subset of SLE-associated, immune pathway alterations that inform a predictive algorithm. A successful outcome of this proposal will allow for the development of an optimized soluble mediator score, encompassing a distinct subset of informative biomarkers, ready for clinical testing.
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