Myeloid but not plasmacytoid blood DCs possess Th1 polarizing and Th1/Th17 recruiting capacity in psoriasis.

@article{Khasawneh2017MyeloidBN,
  title={Myeloid but not plasmacytoid blood DCs possess Th1 polarizing and Th1/Th17 recruiting capacity in psoriasis.},
  author={Ahmad M. Khasawneh and S{\'a}ndor Bar{\'a}th and Barbara Medgyesi and Gabriella B{\'e}ke and Zsolt Dajnoki and Kriszti{\'a}n G{\'a}sp{\'a}r and Adrienn Jenei and Lilla Pog{\'a}cs{\'a}s and Kitti P{\'a}zm{\'a}ndi and J{\'a}nos Ga{\'a}l and Attila Bacsi and Andrea Szegedi and Anik{\'o} Kapit{\'a}ny},
  journal={Immunology letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={189},
  pages={109-113}
}
Psoriasis is a common inflammatory skin disease and dendritic cells (DCs) play crucial role in the development of skin inflammation. Although the characteristics of skin DCs in psoriasis are well defined, less is known about their peripheral blood precursors. Our aim was to characterize the phenotypic features as well as the cytokine and chemokine… CONTINUE READING