Prevalence of antibiotic‐resistant propionibacteria on the skin of acne patients: 10‐year surveillance data and snapshot distribution study

@article{Coates2002PrevalenceOA,
  title={Prevalence of antibiotic‐resistant propionibacteria on the skin of acne patients: 10‐year surveillance data and snapshot distribution study},
  author={P. Coates and S. Vyakrnam and E. Eady and C. Jones and J. Cove and W. Cunliffe},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2002},
  volume={146}
}
Summary Background Cutaneous propionibacteria are implicated in acne pathogenesis, although their exact role in the genesis of inflammation is still poorly understood. Agents, including antibiotics, that reduce the numbers of propionibacteria on skin are therapeutic. Resistance in the target organism is a well‐recognized consequence of antibiotic therapy for acne but formal prevalence and distribution data are lacking. 
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