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September-December 2021| Vol 18| Issue 3

Review Article

An overview of algae prospects in cosmeceuticals

Skin is considered as the mirror of the body’s health, and thus, prevention or treatment of any skin problems is an important idea. Algae are among the wealthiest aquatic commodities that are ...

Original Article

Il17A (rs2275913 G>A) and IL17F (rs2397084 T>C) gene polymorphisms: relation to psoriasis risk and response to methotrexate

Background IL17F rs763780 polymorphism results in substitution of histidine to arginine at amino acid 161, leading to upregulation of IL17F and increased propensity to autoimmune disea...

Original Article

Mycosis fungoides and metabolic syndrome: A hospital-based case-control study

Background Emerging evidence now suggests an association between Mycosis fungoides (MF) and metabolic risk factors. Objective To investigate a possible association between MF and meta...

Original Article

Effect of melanocyte keratinocyte transplantation procedure, using ablative CO2 laser and followed by NB-UVB phototherapy, on the expression of E-Cadherin and matrix metalloproteinase-2 in acral vitiligo: an immunohistochemical study

Background Melanocyte keratinocyte transplantation procedure (MKTP) is a multi-procedural intervention that could hypothetically alter the environment surrounding grafted epidermal cells, hel...

Original Article

Evaluation of phosphodiesterase 4 enzyme levels in lesional skin and serum of vitiligo patients

Background Vitiligo is the most commonly acquired depigmenting disorder. It has a negative psychological impact on affected individuals. The pathogenesis of vitiligo is complex and not yet fu...

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Journal of Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, a publication of Egyptian Women Dermatologic Society, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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