Psoriasis is chronic inflammatory skin disorder and aetiopathogenesis of psoriasis probably involved T lymphocytes including CD30 marker

Psoriasis is chronic inflammatory skin disorder and aetiopathogenesis of psoriasis probably involved T lymphocytes including CD30 marker.
Gottesman S R, 2016 stated that CD30 is expressed on activated lymphocytes and a few other normal cells. TakemotoS, 2014 also set that CD30 expression in normal cells.
CD30 appears as not only TH2 cells but also Th1 cells although the TH2 expression was higher than TH2. (Fölster-Holst, R et al, 2002).
According to this study results, the positive detection of sCD30 for normal control group and psoriasis announced that there is CD30 occurrence in both groups. For that reason, there is considerable evidence that T lymphocytes play an important role in development of plaques of psoriasis . It may thought as higher levels of sCD30 in psoriasis patients than normal control suggested that regulation of psoriasis is directed by CD30 expressed cells, Th1/Th2.