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Keratinocytes control skin immune homeostasis through de novo–synthesized glucocorticoids

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Keratinocytes control skin immune homeostasis through de novo–synthesized glucocorticoids

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PHAN, Truong San, Leonhard SCHINK, Jasmin MANN, Verena M. MERK, Pascale ZWICKY, Sarah MUNDT, Dagmar SIMON, Dagmar KULMS, Daniel F. LEGLER, Thomas BRUNNER, 2021. Keratinocytes control skin immune homeostasis through de novo–synthesized glucocorticoids. In: Science Advances. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 7(5), eabe0337. eISSN 2375-2548. Available under: doi: 10.1126/sciadv.abe0337

@article{Phan2021-01-29Kerat-52759, title={Keratinocytes control skin immune homeostasis through de novo–synthesized glucocorticoids}, year={2021}, doi={10.1126/sciadv.abe0337}, number={5}, volume={7}, journal={Science Advances}, author={Phan, Truong San and Schink, Leonhard and Mann, Jasmin and Merk, Verena M. and Zwicky, Pascale and Mundt, Sarah and Simon, Dagmar and Kulms, Dagmar and Legler, Daniel F. and Brunner, Thomas}, note={Article Number: eabe0337} }

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