Lipid Mediators in Acne

@article{Ottaviani2010LipidMI,
  title={Lipid Mediators in Acne},
  author={M. Ottaviani and E. Camera and M. Picardo},
  journal={Mediators of Inflammation},
  year={2010},
  volume={2010}
}
Multiple factors are involved in acne pathogenesis, and sebum secretion is one of the main ones. The role sebum plays in acne development has not been completely elucidated yet; however, increasing amounts of data seem to confirm the presence of alterations in sebum from acne patients. Altered ratio between saturated and unsaturated fatty acids has been indicated as an important feature to be considered in addition to the altered amount of specific fatty acids such as linoleic acid. Furthermore… Expand
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