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The effect of Periostracum Cicadae on capsaicin-induced model of atopic dermatitis in rats
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The effect of Periostracum Cicadae on capsaicin-induced model of atopic dermatitis in rats
Chang, You-jin; Jung, Dal-lim; Hong, Seung-ug;
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 Keywords
Pruritus;Atopic dermatitis;Rat model;Capsaicin;Periostracum Cicadae;
 Language
English
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