Progression of acute-to-chronic atopic dermatitis is associated with quantitative rather than qualitative changes in cytokine responses

Lam C. Tsoi, Elke Rodriguez, Dora Stölzl, Ulrike Wehkamp, Jingru Sun, Sascha Gerdes, Mrinal K. Sarkar, Matthias Hübenthal, Chang Zeng, Ranjitha Uppala, Xianying Xing, Frederieke Thielking, Allison C. Billi, William R. Swindell, Alanna Shefler, Jiahan Chen, Matthew T. Patrick, Paul W. Harms, J. Michelle Kahlenberg, Bethany E. Perez WhiteEmanual Maverakis, Johann E. Gudjonsson*, Stephan Weidinger

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