Skin barrier function in healthy subjects and patients with atopic dermatitis in relation to filaggrin loss-of-function mutations.

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Published in J Invest Dermatol on October 21, 2010


Ivone Jakasa, Ellen S Koster, F Calkoen, W H Irwin McLean, Linda E Campbell, Jan D Bos, Maarten M Verberk, Sanja Kezic

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