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Psoriasis And Apoptosis: A Fundamental Analysis Of The Psoriatic Phenotype With Clinical And Therapeutic Correlations

C. A. Raskin
Published 1999 · Medicine

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Psoriasis represents a complex and incompletely understood disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Controversy exists as to the underlying primary defect (e.g. the keratinocyte versus the immune system). This review focuses on the role apoptosis plays in the basic biology and pharmacology of psoriasis.
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