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Is there an emergent need to modify the Desmoglein compensation theory in pemphigus on the basis of ELISA data and alternative pathogenic mechanisms ?

We read with interest the study by Koga H et al1 and we believe that in light of recent observations including our data (Table 1) the “desmoglein compensation theory” as a explanation for localization of blisters should be revisited 2,3,4.

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New Perspectives on the Cause of Blister Formation

By Sergei A. Grando, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sci. Professor of Dermatology University of California Davis NPF Advisory Board Member The goal of my research is to develop a safer and more rational treatment for pemphigus. I am deeply concerned that we,

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