Modern approaches to specific immunotherapy in atopic dermatitis children

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This review presents the results of scientific research studies, systematical and metaanalyses data which confirm clinical efficiency of allergen specific immunotherapy (ASIT) in atopic dermatitis (AD) children. This review shows prospects for the use of combined immunotherapy, including ASIT and immunomodulators.

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T A Slavyanskaya

People's Friendship University of Russia; Institute of Immunophysiology

Email: tslavyanskaya@gmail.com

V V Derkach

Institute of Immunophysiology; Pacific State Medical University


R I Sepiashvili

People's Friendship University of Russia; Institute of Immunophysiology


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