Cytokine-dependent mechanisms in development of autoimmune thyroid disorders

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This review of literature discusses impact of cytokine regulation in pathogenesis of autoimmune thyroiditis and Graves's disease.

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assistent kafedry endokrinologii i diabetologii; doktorant kafedry patofiziologii GOU VPO “Sibirskiy gosudarstvennyy meditsinskiy universitet Roszdrava”

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