In Vitro Anti-Malassezia Activity of Castanea crenata Shell and Oil-Soluble Glycyrrhiza Extracts

@article{Han2017InVA,
  title={In Vitro Anti-Malassezia Activity of Castanea crenata Shell and Oil-Soluble Glycyrrhiza Extracts},
  author={Song Hee Han and Min Seok Hur and Min Jung Kim and Won Hee Jung and Minji Park and Jeong Hwan Kim and Hong-Ju Shin and Yong Beom Choe and Kyu Joong Ahn and Yangwon Lee},
  journal={Annals of Dermatology},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={321 - 326}
}
Background A new shampoo with anti-Malassezia properties obtained from various plants is required to provide seborrheic dermatitis patients with a wider range of treatment options. Objective The aim of this study was to obtain in vitro susceptibility profiles of Malassezia restricta and M. globosa, the most important pathogenic organisms in the development of seborrheic dermatitis, to the plant extracts used in commercial anti-dandruff shampoos. Methods Minimal inhibitory concentrations (MICs… 

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