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Comparative epidemiologic study of premalignant and malignant epithelial cutaneous lesions developing after kidney and heart transplantation.
BACKGROUND Cutaneous carcinomas are the most frequent cancers in organ transplant recipients. OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to compare the epidemiologic data of cutaneous premalignant and malignantExpand
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Dissociation of allergenic and immunogenic functions in contact sensitivity to para-phenylenediamine.
Contact sensitivity to para-phenylenediamine (PPD) is a frequent delayed-type hypersensitivity resulting in contact dermatitis. The aim of the present study, conducted in 16 patients allergic to PPDExpand
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A novel therapeutic approach to psoriasis with combination calcipotriol ointment and very low-dose cyclosporine: results of a multicenter placebo-controlled study.
BACKGROUND Recent advances in the treatment of psoriasis include both the topical vitamin D analogue calcipotriol and cyclosporine. Combined treatments have been sought to decrease the incidence ofExpand
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Antikeratin antibodies in serum and synovial fluid show specificity for rheumatoid arthritis in a study of connective tissue diseases.
Tests for antikeratin antibodies (AKA) were performed on 2152 disease-associated and control sera by indirect immunofluorescence (IF) on rat oesophagus substrate. The incidence of AKA wasExpand
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Immunomorphological and ultrastructural aspects of keratinocyte migration in epidermal wound healing
Epidermal repair was studied after the induction of a suction blister on human abdominal skin. The investigation was concerned with keratinocyte migration from the epidermal wound margins and changesExpand
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Lectins as markers of human epidermal cell differentiation.
The expression of sugar residues on human epidermal cells was investigated by means of lectin binding, as a way of determining membrane structural changes occurring during the differentiation of theExpand
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In vitro and post-transplantation differentiation of human keratinocytes grown on the human type IV collagen film of a bilayered dermal substitute.
Using human type IV and type I + III collagens and a new, nontoxic cross-linking procedure, we have developed a cell-free bilayered human dermal substitute for organotypic culture and transplantationExpand
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Brief report: successive occurrence of T-cell and B-cell lymphomas after renal transplantation in a patient with multiple cutaneous squamous-cell carcinomas.
ORGAN-TRANSPLANT recipients are prone to the development of cutaneous and extracutaneous malignant tumors.1 , 2 Lymphomas occur in 1 to 2 percent of graft recipients and are usually of the B-cellExpand
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The recent advances in the pathophysiology of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases have strengthened the role of T cells and T cell-derived cytokines in the generation of tissue inflammationExpand
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Aggressive squamous cell carcinomas in organ transplant recipients.
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