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Targeting metabolism to treat psoriasis

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A crucial role for glucose metabolism has been identified in wound repair and in the pathogenesis of chronic inflammatory skin diseases, indicating that targeting metabolism is an approach for treating psoriasis.

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    • Paul Hiebert
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