Evaluation of the Quantitative and Qualitative Alterations in the Fatty Acid Contents of the Sebum of Patients with Inflammatory Acne during Treatment with Systemic Lymecycline and/or Oral Fatty Acid Supplementation

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Background. Acne is a dermatosis that involves an altered sebum pattern. Objectives. (1) To evaluate if a treatment based on antibiotics (lymecycline) can alter fatty acids contents of the sebum of patients with acne; (2) to evaluate if oral supplementation of fatty acids can interfere with fatty acids contents of the sebum of patients with acne; (3) to… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2013/120475

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@inproceedings{Costa2013EvaluationOT, title={Evaluation of the Quantitative and Qualitative Alterations in the Fatty Acid Contents of the Sebum of Patients with Inflammatory Acne during Treatment with Systemic Lymecycline and/or Oral Fatty Acid Supplementation}, author={Adilson Vidal Costa and Aline Siqueira Talarico and Carla de Oliveira Parra Duarte and Caroline Silva Pereira and Ellem Tatiani de Souza Weimann and Lissa Sabino de Matos and Livia Carolina Della Coletta and Maria Carolina Fidelis and Tha{\'i}sa Saddi Tannous and C{\'i}dia Vasconcellos}, booktitle={Dermatology research and practice}, year={2013} }