Search for new molecular targets for anticytokine therapy of patients, suffering from the immune dependent skin disease — psoriasis

Abstract

The authors describe the results of a study aimed at searching for new molecular targets for anticytokine therapy of patients with psoriasis. The authors examined 26 patients with psoriasis who were treated with such immune biologic substances as infliximab, ustekinumab, adalimumab and 10 healthy volunteers. They performed a quality and quantity analysis of the spectrum of protein molecules of cytokines (L-4, IL-6, IL-17, TNF-α and IL-20, IL-22, IL-31, IL-12, IL-11, IL-18) аs well as VEGF and ICAM-1 molecules in patients receiving the therapy with immune biologic substances before and after treatment using the methodology of the immune enzyme analysis and xMAP multiplex technology. The authors studied the correlation between the level of cytokine expression, on the one hand, and the occurrence and limitation of the disease, on the other hand. The obtained data are sufficient to conclude that the spectrum of molecules of IL6, IL20, IL22 anti-inflammatory cytokines аs well as VEGF and ICAM-1 molecules, for which pathogenic importance in case of psoriasis was revealed as a result of the study , may serve as a potential (new, additional) molecular target for anticytokine therapy of patients suffering with such an immune-dependent skin disease as psoriasis.

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Поиск новых молекулярных мишеней для антицитокиновой терапии больных иммунозависимым заболеванием кожи — псориазом
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