Generalized Pustular Psoriasis
Last Posted: Nov 13, 2020
- Association between mutation of interleukin 36 receptor antagonist and generalized pustular psoriasis: A PRISMA-compliant systematic review and meta-analysis.
Liu Zhi-Jie, et al. Medicine 2020 11 (45) e23068
- Tumor necrosis factor -238A is associated with pediatric-onset generalized pustular psoriasis in Han patients in Eastern China.
Zhao Lishi, et al. The Journal of dermatology 2019 8
- Genetic polymorphism of IL36RN in Han patients with generalized pustular psoriasis in Sichuan region of China: A case-control study.
Li Zhongtao, et al. Medicine 2018 8 (31) e11741
- Association of IL36RN mutations with clinical features, therapeutic response to acitretin, and frequency of recurrence in patients with generalized pustular psoriasis.
Zhu Teng, et al. European journal of dermatology : EJD 2018 4
- The genetic basis for most patients with pustular skin disease remains elusive.
Mössner R, et al. The British journal of dermatology 2017 8
- Mutation analysis of IL36RN gene in Japanese patients with palmoplantar pustulosis.
Takahashi Toshifumi, et al. The Journal of dermatology 2016 8
- Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha Induced Protein 3 Interacting Protein 1 Gene Polymorphisms and Pustular Psoriasis in Chinese Han Population.
Han Jian-Wen, et al. Chinese medical journal 0 0 (13) 1519-1524
- Therapeutic Efficacy of Interleukin 12/Interleukin 23 Blockade in Generalized Pustular Psoriasis Regardless of IL36RN Mutation Status.
Arakawa Akiko, et al. JAMA dermatology 2016 4
- Correlation of IL36RN mutation with different clinical features of pustular psoriasis in Chinese patients.
Wang Ting-Shun, et al. Archives of dermatological research 2015 11
- HLA-C and TNF gene polymorphisms are associated with psoriasis in Brazilian patients.
Cardili Renata N, et al. International journal of dermatology 2015 10
- Activating CARD14 Mutations Are Associated with Generalized Pustular Psoriasis but Rarely Account for Familial Recurrence in Psoriasis Vulgaris.
Berki Dorottya M, et al. The Journal of investigative dermatology 2015 7
- Mutation analysis of the IL36RN gene in Chinese patients with generalized pustular psoriasis with/without psoriasis vulgaris.
Li Xiuyan, et al. Journal of dermatological science 2014 11 (2) 132-8
- IL36RN gene mutations are not associated with sporadic generalized pustular psoriasis in Chinese patients.
Li M, et al. The British journal of dermatology 2013 2 (2) 452-5
- Rare and common variants in CARD14, encoding an epidermal regulator of NF-kappaB, in psoriasis.
Jordan Catherine T, et al. American journal of human genetics 2012 5 (5) 796-808
- Generalized pustular psoriasis
From NCATS Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center
- Lack of association of TNF-238A and -308A in Japanese patients with psoriasis vulgaris, psoriatic arthritis and generalized pustular psoriasis.
Nishibu Akiko, et al. Journal of dermatological science 2002 9 (3) 181-4
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