List of articles used in VitiVar
Association of NLRP1 genetic variants and mRNA overexpression with generalized vitiligo and disease activity in a Gujarat population
M. Dwivedi, N.C. Laddha, M.S. Mansuri, Y.S. Marfatia and R. Begum
Stress-induced RNASET2 overexpression mediates melanocyte apoptosis via the TRAF2 pathway in vitro
Q Wang, M Jiang, J Wu, Y Ma1, T Li, Q Chen, X Zhang and L Xiang
A single-nucleotide polymorphism of miR-196a-2 and vitiligo: an association study and functional analysis in a Han Chinese population
Ye Huang, Xiuli Yi, Zhe Jian, Chao Wei, Shuli Li, Chuan Cai, Ping Zhang, Kai Li, Sen Guo, Ling Liu, Qiong Shi, Tianwen Gao and Chunying Li
Transcriptome Analysis Reveals Markers of Aberrantly Activated Innate Immunity in Vitiligo Lesional and Non- Lesional Skin
Richard Yu, Raewyn Broady, Yuanshen Huang, Yang Wang, Jie Yu, Min Gao, Megan Levings, Shencai Wei, Shengquan Zhang, Aie Xu, Mingwan Su, Jan Dutz, Xuejun Zhang, Youwen Zhou
Interleukin-4 genetic variants correlate with its transcript and protein levels in patients with vitiligo
M. Imran, N.C. Laddha, M. Dwivedi, M.S. Mansuri, J. Singh, R. Rani, R.S. Gokhale, V.K. Sharma, Y.S. Marfatia and R. Begum
Expression of IL-17 and COX2 Gene in Peripheral Blood Leukocytes of Vitiligo Patients
Esmaeili, Behnaz; Rezaee, Seyed Abdol Rahim; Layegh, Pouran; Tavakkol Afshari, Jalil; Dye, Phil; Ghayoor Karimiani, Ehsan; Kalalinia, Fatemeh; Rafatpanah, Houshang
Gene expression study of IL10 family genes in vitiligo skin biopsies, peripheral blood mononuclear cells and sera
Rätsep, R; Kingo, K; Karelson, M; Reimann, E; Raud, K; Silm, H; Vasar, E; Kõks, S
Gene expression analysis of melanocortin system in vitiligo
Kingo, Külli; Aunin, Eerik; Karelson, Maire; Philips, Mari-Anne; Rätsep, Ranno; Silm, Helgi; Vasar, Eero; Soomets, Ursel; Kõks, Sulev
Molecular analysis of vitiligo lesions reveals sporadic melanocyte survival
G. M. Gottschalk, MBChB, HDip Int Med(SA), FC Derm(SA), and S. H. Kidson,PhD
MYG1, novel melanocyte related gene, has elevated expression in vitiligo.
Kingo, Külli; Philips, Mari-Anne; Aunin, Eerik; Luuk, Hendrik; Karelson, Maire; Rätsep, Ranno; Silm, Helgi; Vasar, Eero; Kõks, Sulev
VIT1', a novel gene associated with vitiligo.
Le Poole, I C; Sarangarajan, R; Zhao, Y; Stennett, L S; Brown, T L; Sheth, P; Miki, T; Boissy, R E
Increased Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF)-a and Its Promoter Polymorphisms Correlate with Disease Progression and Higher Susceptibility towards Vitiligo
Laddha, Naresh C; Dwivedi, Mitesh; Begum, Rasheedunnisa
Decreased methionine sulphoxide reductase A expression renders melanocytes more sensitive to oxidative stress: a possible cause for melanocyte loss in vitiligo
Zhou, Z; Li, C Y; Li, K; Wang, T; Zhang, B; Gao, T W
The mRNA expression profile of cytokines connected to the regulation of melanocyte functioning in vitiligo skin biopsy samples and peripheral blood mononuclear cells.
Reimann, Ene; Kingo, Külli; Karelson, Maire; Reemann, Paula; Loite, Ulvi; Sulakatko, Helen; Keermann, Maris; Raud, Kristi; Abram, Kristi; Vasar, Eero; Silm, Helgi; Kõks, Sulev
Analysis of the expression profile of CRH-POMC system genes in vitiligo skin biopsies.
Reimann, E; Kingo, K; Karelson, M; Salum, T; Aunin, E; Reemann, P; Abram, K; Vasar, E; Silm, H; Kõks, S
Correlation of increased MYG1 expression and its promoter polymorphism with disease progression and higher susceptibility in vitiligo patients.
Dwivedi, Mitesh; Laddha, Naresh C; Begum, Rasheedunnisa
Basic fibroblast growth factor and tumour necrosis factor alpha in vitiligo and other hypopigmented disorders: suggestive possible therapeutic targets.
Seif El Nasr, H; Shaker, O G; Fawzi, M M T; El-Hanafi, G
Dysregulation of melanocyte function by Th17-related cytokines: significance of Th17 cell infiltration in autoimmune vitiligo vulgaris.
Kotobuki, Yorihisa; Tanemura, Atsushi; Yang, Lingli; Itoi, Saori; Wataya-Kaneda, Mari; Murota, Hiroyuki; Fujimoto, Minoru; Serada, Satoshi; Naka, Tetsuji; Katayama, Ichiro
Transcriptional upregulation of Nrf2-dependent phase II detoxification genes in the involved epidermis of vitiligo vulgaris.
Natarajan, Vivek T; Singh, Archana; Kumar, Avinash A; Sharma, Pankaj; Kar, Hemanta K; Marrot, Laurent; Meunier, Jean-Roch; Natarajan, Krishnamurthy; Rani, Rajni; Gokhale, Rajesh S
Oxidative stress-induced calreticulin expression and translocation: new insights into the destruction of melanocytes.
Zhang Y, Liu L, Jin L, Yi X, Dang E, Yang Y, Li C, Gao T.
The association of FOXO3A gene polymorphisms with serum FOXO3A levels and oxidative stress markers in vitiligo patients.
Ozel Turkcu U, Solak Tekin N, Gokdogan Edgunlu T, Karakas Celik S, Oner S.
Involvement of superoxide dismutase isoenzymes and their genetic variants in progression of and higher susceptibility to vitiligo.
Laddha NC, Dwivedi M, Gani AR, Shajil EM, Begum R.
Altered levels of LXR-α: crucial implications in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.
Kumar R, Parsad D, Kanwar AJ, Kaul D.
Serum homocysteine, vitamin B12, folic acid levels and methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) gene polymorphism in vitiligo.
Yasar A, Gunduz K, Onur E, Calkan M.
The association of vitamin D receptor gene polymorphisms and serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels with generalized vitiligo.
Li K(1), Shi Q, Yang L, Li X, Liu L, Wang L, Li Q, Wang G, Li CY, Gao TW.
Expression profile of genes associated with the dopamine pathway in vitiligo skin biopsies and blood sera
Reimann E(1), Kingo K, Karelson M, Reemann P, Loite U, Keermann M, Abram K, Vasar E, Silm H, Kõks S.
Expression of InnVit/FBXO11 in vitiligo and its role in tyrosinase export from endoplasmic reticulum
Guan CP(1), Lin FQ, Hong WS, Fu LF, Zhou MN, Xu W, Xu AE
Promoter polymorphism -119C/G in MYG1 (C12orf10) gene is related to vitiligo susceptibility and Arg4Gln affects mitochondrial entrance of Myg1.
Philips MA(1), Kingo K, Karelson M, Rätsep R, Aunin E, Reimann E, Reemann P, Porosaar O, Vikeså J, Nielsen FC, Vasar E, Silm H, Kõks S.
Dysfunction of glutathione S-transferase leads to excess 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal and H(2)O(2) and impaired cytokine pattern in cultured keratinocytes and blood of vitiligo patients.
Kostyuk VA(1), Potapovich AI, Cesareo E, Brescia S, Guerra L, Valacchi G, Pecorelli A, Deeva IB, Raskovic D, De Luca C, Pastore S, Korkina LG.
Protease-activated receptor-2 downregulation is associated to vitiligo lesions.
Moretti S, Nassini R, Prignano F, Pacini A, Materazzi S, Naldini A, Simoni A, Baroni G, Pellerito S, Filippi I, Lotti T, Geppetti P, Massi D.
Expressional changes in the intracellular melanogenesis pathways and their possible role in the pathogenesis of vitiligo.
Kingo K(1), Aunin E, Karelson M, Rätsep R, Silm H, Vasar E, Kõks S.
Transcriptional profiling of melanocytes from patients with vitiligo vulgaris.
Strömberg S(1), Björklund MG, Asplund A, Rimini R, Lundeberg J, Nilsson P, Pontén F, Olsson MJ
Mechanisms underlying the dysfunction of melanocytes in vitiligo epidermis: role of SCF/KIT protein interactions and the downstream effector, MITF-M.
Kitamura R1, Tsukamoto K, Harada K, Shimizu A, Shimada S, Kobayashi T, Imokawa G.
Butyrylcholinesterase is present in the human epidermis and is regulated by H2O2: more evidence for oxidative stress in vitiligo.
Schallreuter KU1, Gibbons NC, Zothner C, Elwary SM, Rokos H, Wood JM.
The role of heat shock proteins (HSPs) in vitiligo: deviation of cytotoxic response?
Ippoliti F, Frediani T, Santis WD, Lucarelli S, Canitano N, Frediani S, Frati C.
DKK1 is highly expressed in the dermis of vitiligo lesion: is there association between DKK1 and vitiligo?
Oh SH, Kim JY, Kim MR, Do JE, Shin JY, Hann SK.
Reduced Aquaporin3 Expression and Survival of Keratinocytes in the Depigmented Epidermis of Vitiligo
Nan-Hyung Kim1 and Ai-Young Lee1
The Ca2+-binding capacity of epidermal furin is disrupted by H2O2-mediated oxidation in vitiligo.
Spencer JD1, Gibbons NC, Böhm M, Schallreuter KU.
Involvement of interferon-gamma genetic variants and intercellular adhesion molecule-1 in onset and progression of generalized vitiligo.
Dwivedi M, Laddha NC, Shah K, Shah BJ, Begum R.
Genes of the LMP/TAP cluster are associated with the human autoimmune disease vitiligo.
Casp CB1, She JX, McCormack WT.
Platelet-derived growth factor receptor alpha gene mutations in vitiligo vulgaris.
Xu S(1), Zhou Y, Yang S, Ren Y, Zhang C, Quan C, Gao M, He C, Chen H, Hhan J, Chen J, Liang Y, Yang J, Sun L, Yin X, Liu J, Zhang X.
Tumor necrosis factor B (TNFB) genetic variants and its increased expression are associated with vitiligo susceptibility.
Laddha NC1, Dwivedi M, Gani AR, Mansuri MS, Begum R.
Interactome analysis of gene expression profile reveals potential novel key transcriptional regulators of skin pathology in vitiligo.
Dey-Rao R, Sinha AA
Differential expression of mRNA for T-bet and GATA-3 transcription factors in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of patients with vitiligo.
Nouri-Koupaee A, Mansouri P, Jahanbini H, Sanati MH, Jadali Z
Discoidin domain receptor-1 as a player in impairment of melanocytes adhesion process in vitiligo.
Elgarhy LH, Abdullatif A, Abdelazim R, El-Desouky KI
Study of CCN3 (NOV) and DDR1 in normal melanocytes and vitiligo skin.
Ricard AS1, Pain C, Daubos A, Ezzedine K, Lamrissi-Garcia I, Bibeyran A, Guyonnet-Dupérat V, Taieb A, Cario-André M.
Determination of oxidative stress in vitiligo by measuring superoxide dismutase and catalase levels in vitiliginous and non-vitiliginous skin
P. V. Sravani, N. Kishore Babu1, K. V. T. Gopal, G. Raghu Rama Rao, Athota Rama Rao1, Bhagavatula Moorthy 2, T. Raghava Rao1
Liver X receptor expression in human melanocytes, does it have a role in the pathogenesis of vitiligo?
Kumar R, Parsad D, Kaul D, Kanwar AJ.
Immunohistochemical expression of heat shock protein 70 in vitiligo.
Abdou AG1, Maraee AH, Reyad W.
Reduced immunohistochemical expression of Discoidin Domain Receptor 1 (DDR1) in vitiligo skin.
Reichert-Faria A, Jung JE, Moreschi Neto V, de Castro CC, Mira MT, Noronha L.
Altered levels of Ets-1 transcription factor and matrix metalloproteinases in melanocytes from patients with vitiligo.
Kumar R1, Parsad D, Kanwar AJ, Kaul D.
Aberrant expression of complement regulatory proteins, membrane cofactor protein and decay accelerating factor, in the involved epidermis of patients with vitiligo.
van den Wijngaard RM1, Asghar SS, Pijnenborg AC, Tigges AJ, Westerhof W, Das PK.
Immunohistochemical expression of aberrant Notch-1 signaling in vitiligo: An implication for pathogenesis
Seleit I1, Bakry OA2, Abdou AG3, Dawoud NM1.
Oxidative stress level and tyrosinase activity in vitiligo patients.
Eskandani M1, Golchai J, Pirooznia N, Hasannia S.
Genetic variations in nalp1 mRNA expressions in human vitiligo.
Deo SS1, Bhagat AR, Shah RN.
Serum holotranscobalamine, vitamin B12, folic acid and homocysteine levels in patients with vitiligo.
Karadag AS1, Tutal E, Ertugrul DT, Akin KO, Bilgili SG.
Interleukin-33 affects cytokine production by keratinocytes in vitiligo.
Li P1, Ma H, Han D, Mou K.
Immunohistochemical detection of P53 and Mdm2 in vitiligo.
Bakry OA1, Hammam MA, Wahed MM.
Impact of HLA-G in the outcome of vitiligo in Tunisian patients.
Jalel A1, Ridha A, Laurent D, Philippe M, Hamdaoui MH.
Increased tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha) and interleukin 1 alpha (IL1-alpha) levels in the lesional skin of patients with nonsegmental vitiligo.
Birol A, Kisa U, Kurtipek GS, Kara F, Kocak M, Erkek E, Caglayan O.
Vitiligo blood transcriptomics provides new insights into disease mechanisms and identifies potential novel therapeutic targets.
Dey-Rao R, Sinha AA.
Immunohistochemical Analysis of GDNF and Its Cognate Receptor GFRα-1 Protein Expression in Vitiliginous Skin Lesions.
Adly MA, Assaf HA, Abdel-Rady SF, Ahmed NS, Hussein MR
Transcriptional Analysis of Vitiligo Skin Reveals the Alteration of WNT Pathway: A Promising Target for Repigmenting Vitiligo Patients.
Regazzetti C, Joly F, Marty C, Rivier M, Mehul B, Reiniche P, Mounier C, Rival Y, Piwnica D, Cavalié M, Chignon-Sicard B, Ballotti R, Voegel J, Passeron T
Assessment of gene expression levels of proopiomelanocortin (POMC) and melanocortin-1 receptor (MC1R) in vitiligo
Nagui NA, Mahmoud SB, Abdel Hay RM, Hassieb MM, Rashed LA
Vitamin D Receptor Expression in Vitiligo.
Doss RW, El-Rifaie AA, Gohary YM, Rashed LA.
Whole Transcriptome Analysis (RNA Sequencing) of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells of Vitiligo Patients.
Reimann E, Kingo K, Karelson M, Reemann P, Vasar E, Silm H, Kõks S
IL-33 circulating serum levels are increased in patients with non-segmental generalized vitiligo.
Vaccaro M, Cicero F, Mannucci C, Calapai G, Spatari G, Barbuzza O, Cannavò SP, Gangemi S
The changes of gene expression profiling between segmental vitiligo, generalized vitiligo and healthy individual.
Wang P, Li Y, Nie H, Zhang X, Shao Q, Hou X, Xu W, Hong W, Xu A
Increased expression of CXCR3 and its ligands in patients with vitiligo and CXCL10 as a potential clinical marker for vitiligo
Wang XX, Wang QQ, Wu JQ, Jiang M, Chen L, Zhang CF, Xiang LH
Immunohistochemical expression of Aquaporin-3 protein in vitiligo; a new potential guide for disease activity.
Hodeib A, Hegab D, Rizk O, Mohammed S.
Heat Shock Protein-70 Expression in Vitiligo and its Relation to the Disease Activity.
Doss RW, El-Rifaie AA, Abdel-Wahab AM, Gohary YM, Rashed LA
Enhanced Th1 and Th17 responses in peripheral blood in active non-segmental vitiligo
Zhen Y, Yao L, Zhong S, Song Y, Cui Y, Li S
Differential expression of CXCL9, CXCL10, and IFN-γ in vitiligo and alopecia areata patients.
Maouia A, Sormani L, Youssef M, Helal AN, Kassab A, Passeron T
Increased systemic and epidermal levels of IL-17A and IL-1β promotes progression of non-segmental vitiligo.
Bhardwaj S, Rani S, Srivastava N, Kumar R, Parsad D.
Aquaporin 3 and E-Cadherin Expression in Perilesional Vitiligo Skin.
Bakry OA, Hagag MM, Kandil MA, Shehata WA
Regulatory T-cell cytokines in patients with nonsegmental vitiligo.
Kidir M, Karabulut AA, Ercin ME, Atasoy P
The expression of alpha-MSH by melanocytes is reduced in vitiligo.
Graham A1, Westerhof W, Thody AJ.