The switch from non-IgE-associated to IgE-associated atopic dermatitis occurs early in life.

@article{Dondi2013TheSF,
  title={The switch from non-IgE-associated to IgE-associated atopic dermatitis occurs early in life.},
  author={Arianna Dondi and Lorenza Ricci and Iria Neri and Giampaolo Ricci and Annalisa Patrizi},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2013},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={259-60}
}
Dear Sir, We have read with high interest the article by Bieber et al. (1) in which they suggest possible biomarkers associated to the three characteristic phenotypes of atopic dermatitis (AD) already proposed in 2008 (2): non-IgE-associated AD, IgEassociated AD, and autoimmune AD. As part of a protocol study aimed at correlating AD genotype and phenotype (AllerGene2), we obtained the clinical and allergological characteristics of 184 children with AD referred to the Pediatric Dermatology and… CONTINUE READING
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