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In recent years there has been an increase in the incidence of atopic dermatitis in children. However, despite numerous studies, still remains the problem of objective laboratory diagnosis of this disease, and, respectively, rational pharmacotherapy. Aim. The aim of the study was to improve the diagnostics of allergic skin diseases in children. Materials and methods: the study included 135 children with atopic dermatitis and 29 children in the control group. Clinical and laboratory examination of patients was carried out in accordance with the standards of diagnosis of atopic dermatitis. Additionally, we determined the level fractalkine in blood serum using enzyme immunoassay kit for the quantitative determination fractalkine in biological fluids. Results. For most patients with Ad were a characteristic increase in the level fractalkine in blood serum depending on the severity of the disease. The highest concentrations of the studied CC chemokine is characteristic of severe process. Conclusions. Definition fractalkine in the serum can be used as an indicator of the severity of the pathological process and predicting its future course.

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M M Ben

Astrakhan State Medical University

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E Ya Yanchevskaya

Astrakhan State Medical University


O A Mesnyankina

Astrakhan State Medical University



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