• A.A. Sidikov St.Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University, Russian Federation
  • D.V. Zaslavsky St.Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University, Russian Federation
  • A.K. Emelyanov I.P. Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University, Russian Federation
  • I. N. Chuprov I.I. Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University, Russian Federation
  • M.O. Guliev H.M.Berbekov Kabardino-Balkarian state university, Kabardino-Balkar Republic
  • E.V. Grekova V.A. Rakhmanov Department of Skin and Veneral Diseases, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Russian Federation
  • R.A. Nasyrov St.Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University, Russian Federation
Keywords: connexin 26, GJB2 gene mutation, M34T, V37I, R127H, calcium, erythroderma, psoriatic erythroderma, disturbance of skin barrier




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How to Cite
Sidikov, A., Zaslavsky, D., Emelyanov, A., Chuprov, I. N., Guliev, M., Grekova, E., & Nasyrov, R. (2018). NEW GENE OF PSORIATIC ERYTHRODERMA AND PROBABLE PATHOGENESIS OF THE DISEASE. Biological Markers in Fundamental and Clinical Medicine (scientific Journal), 2(2), 31-33.
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