Contribution of polymorphic variant of rs7216389 gasdermin B (GSDMB) gene in the development of atopic diseases

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The article presents modern data on gasdermin B (GSDMB) gene involved in the control of cell cycle, apoptosis, terminal differentiation of epithelial cells and maintain barrier function of the skin.

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S V Levasheva

Public budgetary educational institution of higher education «Bashkir State Medical University» of Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Ufa

E I Etkina

Public budgetary educational institution of higher education «Bashkir State Medical University» of Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Ufa

L I Babenkova

Public budgetary educational institution of higher education «Bashkir State Medical University» of Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Ufa

A R Biktasheva

Public budgetary educational institution of higher education «Bashkir State Medical University» of Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Ufa

G D Sakaeva

Public budgetary educational institution of higher education «Bashkir State Medical University» of Health Ministry of Russian Federation

Ufa

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