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EFFECT OF AUTO URINE (PATIENT'S SELF URINE) ON ACNE CAUSING BACTERIA "PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNES".

@inproceedings{Malhotra2014EFFECTOA,
  title={EFFECT OF AUTO URINE (PATIENT'S SELF URINE) ON ACNE CAUSING BACTERIA "PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNES".},
  author={M. Malhotra and M. M. Prakash and Jyoti Patel},
  year={2014}
}
Acne is a common disorder of Pilosebaceous follicle which mainly affects the teenager's upto 95 % boys and 83 % girls due to hormonal changes. In the present study Auto urine (patient's self urine) was tested for their antibacterial activity. 100 % Auto urine exhibited the best antibacterial activity toward Propionibacterium acnes with inhibition zone of 19.66 ± 0.578 mm in radius. 50 % concentration of Auto urine also effective against Propionibacterium acnes with inhibition zone 14.37 ± 0.351… 

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