X
Search Filters
Format Format
Format Format
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
Journal Article (570) 570
Publication (41) 41
Book Chapter (11) 11
Newspaper Article (11) 11
Conference Proceeding (4) 4
Magazine Article (4) 4
Book / eBook (3) 3
Book Review (1) 1
Journal / eJournal (1) 1
more...
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
humans (392) 392
index medicus (238) 238
male (180) 180
dermatology (175) 175
female (161) 161
animals (160) 160
adult (131) 131
middle aged (119) 119
skin (108) 108
blister - pathology (98) 98
mice (87) 87
aged (84) 84
blister - immunology (80) 80
skin - pathology (80) 80
immunology (76) 76
autoantibodies (69) 69
inflammation (66) 66
autoimmunity (64) 64
expression (58) 58
blister - metabolism (57) 57
cell biology (57) 57
analysis (56) 56
blisters (53) 53
blister - etiology (52) 52
adolescent (49) 49
integumentary system (49) 49
skin - metabolism (49) 49
autoantibodies - immunology (46) 46
disease models, animal (46) 46
pemphigus - immunology (46) 46
blister (44) 44
skin - immunology (44) 44
bullous pemphigoid (41) 41
pemphigoid, bullous - immunology (40) 40
disease (39) 39
blistering (38) 38
blister - chemically induced (37) 37
cytokines (37) 37
blister fluid (36) 36
surgery (36) 36
keratinocytes (34) 34
pemphigus (34) 34
immunoglobulin g - immunology (33) 33
proteins (33) 33
wound healing (33) 33
immunohistochemistry (32) 32
molecular biology (32) 32
aged, 80 and over (31) 31
antibodies (31) 31
dermatology & venereal diseases (31) 31
biochemistry (30) 30
child (30) 30
blister - physiopathology (29) 29
cells, cultured (29) 29
passive transfer (29) 29
research (29) 29
care and treatment (28) 28
induction (28) 28
skin - drug effects (28) 28
skin diseases (28) 28
blister formation (27) 27
dermal-epidermal separation (27) 27
health aspects (27) 27
pharmacology & pharmacy (27) 27
rats (27) 27
suction (27) 27
time factors (27) 27
autoantigens - immunology (26) 26
blister - drug therapy (26) 26
blister - genetics (26) 26
medicine, research & experimental (26) 26
pemphigus - pathology (26) 26
plant sciences (26) 26
young adult (26) 26
collagen (25) 25
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (25) 25
keratinocytes - metabolism (25) 25
research article (25) 25
treatment outcome (25) 25
biochemistry & molecular biology (24) 24
immunoglobulin g (24) 24
pemphigoid, bullous - pathology (24) 24
medicine (23) 23
pathology (23) 23
suction blister (23) 23
article (22) 22
blister packs (22) 22
apoptosis (21) 21
biopsy (21) 21
epidermis - pathology (21) 21
in-vivo (21) 21
antigens (20) 20
epidermis (20) 20
gene expression (20) 20
in-vitro (20) 20
physiological aspects (20) 20
skin and connective tissue diseases (20) 20
toxicology (20) 20
autoimmune diseases - immunology (19) 19
epidermolysis bullosa (19) 19
more...
Library Location Library Location
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Reliable site for suction blister induction and harvesting, 12/2005
Background: Suction blister grafting is a useful modality of treatment of patients with resistant and stable vitiligo. However, there have been no detailed... 
Suction Blister, Donor Site
Journal
Journal Article
Journal Article
Toxicology Letters, ISSN 0378-4274, 2011, Volume 205, Issue 3, pp. 293 - 301
• CEES causes phosphorylation of H2A.X and increases COX-2, iNOS and MMP-9 levels in SKH1 hairless mouse skin. • GSH reverses CEES-induced DNA damage and... 
Oxidative stress | Skin injury | DNA damage | Sulfur mustard | SKH-1 hairless mice | Inflammatory mediators | CEES | HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES | CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENT | MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY | INDUCED TOXICITY | ORGAN-CULTURE | GUINEA-PIGS | GLUTATHIONE LEVELS | MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES | IN-VITRO | CUTANEOUS EXPOSURE | TOXICOLOGY | Glutathione - metabolism | Skin - metabolism | Male | Dermatitis, Contact - immunology | Matrix Metalloproteinase 9 - metabolism | Dermatitis, Contact - prevention & control | Alkylating Agents - toxicity | Protein Processing, Post-Translational - drug effects | Mustard Gas - analogs & derivatives | Blister - chemically induced | Inflammation Mediators - metabolism | Female | Phosphorylation - drug effects | Skin - pathology | Antidotes - metabolism | Skin - immunology | Glutathione - therapeutic use | Dermatitis, Contact - pathology | Dermatitis, Contact - metabolism | Mice, Hairless | Alkylating Agents - administration & dosage | Mustard Gas - administration & dosage | Mustard Gas - toxicity | Animals | Cyclooxygenase 2 - metabolism | Mice | Chemical Warfare Agents - toxicity | DNA Damage | Histones - metabolism | Oxidative Stress - drug effects | Skin - drug effects | Antidotes - therapeutic use | Nitric Oxide Synthase Type II - metabolism | Sulfides | Nitric oxide | DNA | Superoxide | Sulfur | Protein kinases | Endothelium | inflammatory mediators | COX-2 | iNOS | MMP-9 | oxidative stress | skin injury
Journal Article
Journal of drugs in dermatology : JDD, ISSN 1545-9616, 05/2015, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp. 446 - 447
Background: Wrong-site surgery in dermatology often occurs due to difficulty finding the initial biopsy site prior to Mohs surgery. Patients frequently present... 
DERMATOLOGY | Photography | Skin Neoplasms - pathology | Biopsy - methods | Mohs Surgery - methods | Carcinoma, Squamous Cell - pathology | Humans | Carcinoma, Squamous Cell - surgery | Anesthetics, Local - administration & dosage | Medical Errors - prevention & control | Skin Neoplasms - surgery | Blister - metabolism
Journal Article
Dermatologic Surgery, ISSN 1076-0512, 06/2011, Volume 37, Issue 6, pp. 843 - 845
The authors have indicated no significant interest with commercial supporters. 
Young Adult | Tissue Expansion - methods | Vacuum | Vitiligo - surgery | Humans | Middle Aged | Adolescent | Adult | Blister | Female | Male | Skin Transplantation | SURGERY | DERMATOLOGY | Dermatology | Methods | Wound healing
Journal Article
The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 02/2007, Volume 356, Issue 6, pp. 551 - 566
Journal Article
Physiological Entomology, ISSN 0307-6962, 03/2011, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp. 14 - 20
Larvae of the bean blister beetle Epicauta gorhami Marseul (Coleoptera: Meloidae) feed on grasshopper eggs in soil and undergo hypermetamorphosis. This beetle... 
Epicauta gorhami | Meloidae | hypermetamorphosis | Coleoptera | Bean blister beetle | seasonal adaptation | soil humidity | photoperiodism | temperature | pseudopupal diapause | Hypermetamorphosis | Seasonal adaptation | Temperature | Pseudopupal diapause | Soil humidity | Photoperiodism | ENTOMOLOGY | Beans | Photocycles | Developmental stages | Photoperiods | Temperature effects | Diapause | Humidity | Soil | Eggs | Soil temperature | Food
Journal Article