The genetics of alopecia areata: What's new and how will it help our patients?

Abstract

In the United States, alopecia areata (AA) is the most prevalent autoimmune disease, affecting approximately 5.3 million people, including males and females of all ages and across all ethnic groups. AA affects more individuals than most other autoimmune diseases combined, and yet despite its prevalence, there is little information on the underlying… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1529-8019.2011.01411.x

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@article{Petukhova2011TheGO, title={The genetics of alopecia areata: What's new and how will it help our patients?}, author={Lynn Petukhova and Rita M. Cabral and Julian M Mackay-Wiggan and Raphael Clynes and Angela M. Christiano}, journal={Dermatologic therapy}, year={2011}, volume={24 3}, pages={326-36} }