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Novel Role of Immune System in Psoriasis

News   Dec 04, 2020 | Original story from Fujita Health University

 
Novel Role of Immune System in Psoriasis

Microscopic observations of the back skins of two mice—one with the IL-36 deficiency and another wild type—after topical application of psoriasis-inducing imiquimod show that the former developed psoriasis like lesions after 3 days of application. They also showed greater neutrophil infiltration. Credit: Kazumitsu Sugiura from Fujita Health University.

 
 
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