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Effector And Regulatory T Cells In Allergic Contact Dermatitis.
A. Cavani, C. Albanesi, C. Traidl, S. Sebastiani, G. Girolomoni
Published 2001 · Medicine
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Allergic contact dermatitis is a prototypic T-cell-mediated disease that has a socio-economic impact in industrialized countries. Here, Andrea Cavani and colleagues highlight recent developments in the T-cell-based effector and regulatory mechanisms of this common skin disorder.
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