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Official Title: Assessment of Circulating Fubctional Mitochondrias in Vitiligo Patients as Compared to Controls
Experimental: Vitiligo Group. The subjects will be selected from among those presenting for the consultation or hospitalization of the Dermatology department of the CHU de Nice. All necessary information will be given to the subjects and a briefing note will be given to them. A reflection period will be left for the subjects to sign the informed consent, and if necessary, another appointment will be scheduled for the inclusion visit. If the subject consents and they meet all the criteria a 20 ml blood sample will be taken.
Contact: Passeron Thierry, PhD +3349204688 firstname.lastname@example.org
Actual Study Start Date: October 19, 2022
Estimated Study Completion Date: October 1, 2023
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