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Inflammatory skin is associated with changes in the skin microbiota composition on the back of severe acne patients.

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Summary of "Inflammatory skin is associated with changes in the skin microbiota composition on the back of severe acne patients."

Acne is the most common inflammatory skin disease, affecting up to 85% of the 11-30 years old world population. Skin microbiota appears as a key player involved in several skin dermatoses physiopathology. Here, we show that inflammatory skin is associated with changes in the skin microbiota composition on the back of severe acne patients but also on the face of patients where acne was scored as mild to moderate, comparing with healthy controls. Changes were observed particularly on skin commensals Propionibacteriaceae, Staphylococcaceae and Enterococcaceae families, suggesting the importance of the balance between skin commensals to maintain skin homeostasis and control skin inflammatory process. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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Name: Experimental dermatology
ISSN: 1600-0625
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