Published in Blood Weekly, July 1st, 2004
"Histological examination of pruritic nodules revealed that the papillary dermis of the lesional skin was eosinophilic and amorphous, and free from dermal cell infiltration," noted N. Fujimoto and coauthors at the National Defense Medical College in Saitama.
"Immunohistochemical study demonstrated that advanced glycation end product (AGE)-immunoreactive materials accumulated in the papillary...
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