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(1986) Stress, symmetry, and psoriasis: possible role of neuropeptides

Stress, symmetry, and psoriasis: possible role of neuropeptides. Source. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 14:2 Pt 1 1986 Feb pg 305-11 MeSH. The present study examines the presence of neuropeptides in the skin and plasma of patients with psoriasis using the techniques of immunocytochemistry and radioimmunoassay. B, Fraki, JE: Stress, symmetry and psoriasis: Possible role of neuropeptides.

(1986) Stress, symmetry, and psoriasis: possible role of neuropeptides 2Farber EM, Nickoloff BJ, Recht B, et al: Stress, symmetry and psoriasis: Possible role of neuropeptides. Potential role of phospholipase C. Science. B. et al, Stress, symmetry and psoriasis: Possible role of neuropeptides. J Am Acad Dermatol. 1986;14:305311. 4Farber, E.M., Nickoloff, B.J., Recht, B., and Fraki, J.E. Stress, symmetry and psoriasis: possible role of neuropeptides. J Am Acad Dermatol. 1986; 14: 305311.

Farber EM, Nickoloff BJ, Recht B, Frki JE: Stress, symmetry, and psoriasis: Possible role of neuropep-tides. J Am Acad Dermatol 1986; 14: 305311. Stress inhibits hair growth in mice by induction of premature catagen development and deleterious perifollicular inflammatory events via neuropeptide Substance P-dependent pathways. Stress, symmetry and psoriasis: possible role of neuropeptides. 1986; 14: 305311. Though, there are several treatment methods to treat psoriasis, no particular medication claims a satisfactory and complete remedy. J Am Acad Dermatol., 1986; 15: 504- 507. Stress, symmetry, and psoriasis: Possible role of neuropeptides.

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