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The blood proteomic signature of early-onset pediatric atopic dermatitis shows systemic inflammation and is distinct from adult, longstanding disease.

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Summary of "The blood proteomic signature of early-onset pediatric atopic dermatitis shows systemic inflammation and is distinct from adult, longstanding disease."

Despite increasing evidence that adults with longstanding atopic dermatitis (AD) have systemic inflammation, little is known about systemic inflammation in recent-onset early pediatric AD.

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Name: Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
ISSN: 1097-6787
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