Issue 7 march 2017 Special Report Microbiota, skin, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis

Numéro 7 - Microbiota, skin, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis
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Welcome aboard edition no 7 of the Revue des Microbiotes. The skin is an organ in its own right with a complex structure, both histologically as well as microbiologically, and the disorders with skin manifestations are manifold, whether they are primary (purely dermal in origin) or secondary in nature with systemic disorders such as certain types of auto-immune disease. If the skin is a mirror of our body... what about its microbiota?

Unlike the fields of gastroenterology or gynaecology, the study of skin microbiota and its physiological and pathophysiological variations has only just begun. Although the involvement of one (or several) dysbiosis (dysbioses) is well established in particular disorders, such as atopic dermatitis in children which is linked to anomalies in the maternal gut microbiota (see La Revue des Microbiotes No 3), we are left with many questions we do not yet have answers to.

For instance, anomalies in skin and gut microbiota have been identified in psoriasis, however, we are still unable to define exactly whether they are the underlying cause or simply a consequence of the disorder. Our special report summarises recent studies concerning two major types of skin disease, namely atopic dermatitis and psoriasis, and Professor Brigitte Dreno talks to us about future insights proposed by the study of the microbiota/skin relationship.

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Table of contents

Special Report

  • Microbiota, skin, atopic dermatitis and psoriasisJean-Marc Bohbot, Clarence de Belilovsky

Microbioto News

  • Low FODMAP diet alters symptoms, microbiota, short-chain fatty acids (SCFA) and cytokine profiles of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)Stanislas Bruley des Varannes
  • What the study of gut microbiota can teach us about Severe Combined Immunodeficiency in newbornsCyrille Hoarau
  • Probiota and postmenopausal osteoporosisPhilippe Gérard
  • Highlighting the link between modifications in adaptive immunity and faecal microbiotaPatrick Vermersch
  • MS: the adaptive immune response may be influenced by faecal microbiotaPatrick Vermersch

The Microbiota Chronicle

Interview

  • Brigitte Dreno

In Brief

Focus

Taxonomic Reference

Contributors

EntretienProf Brigitte Dreno

Head of the Department of Dermatology at Nantes University Hospital, Vice doyen for research at Nantes University.

Dossier thématiqueDr Clarence de Belilovsky

Dermatologist, Fournier Institute, Paris.

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