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Confirmation Of Raised Phospholipase A2 Activity In The Uninvolved Skin Of Psoriasis

A. Verhagen, M. Bergers, P. Erp, J. Gommans, P.C.M. Kerkhof, P. Mier
Published 1984 · Medicine

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Phospholipase A2 has been measured in the lesions and the ‘uninvolved’ skin of patiens with psoriasis. We confirm a previous report that there is a generalized increase in the activity of this enzyme in psoriatic skin.
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