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Efficacy of Bacteriophages in Propionibacterium acnes-Induced Inflammation in Mice

Kim MJ, Eun DH, Kim SM, Kim J, Lee WJ

BACKGROUND: Bacteriophages have been introduced as living drugs for infectious diseases; thus, they may provide an alternative to conventional acne therapeutics in patients with non-responsive acne. OBJECTIVE: We investigated the effect...
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Iatrogenic pleural empyema caused by Propionibacterium acnes

Jwa H, Lee J, Seong GM, Kim C

Propionibacterium acnes is one of the commensals living on the human skin and glands, implicated mainly in acnes, but seldom in deep infection. Pleural empyema is rarely complicated with closed...
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Epidermal Growth Factor Attenuated the Expression of Inflammatory Cytokines in Human Epidermal Keratinocyte Exposed to Propionibacterium acnes

Kim JM, Choo JE, Lee HJ, Kim KN, Chang SE

BACKGROUND: While the beneficial effects of topical epidermal growth factor (EGF) on wound healing have been repeatedly reported, there are few reports about the effects of EGF on inflammatory skin...
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G2A Attenuates Propionibacterium acnes Induction of Inflammatory Cytokines in Human Monocytes

Park AJ, Agak GW, Qin M, Hisaw LD, Pirouz A, Kao S, Marinelli , Garbán HJ, Thiboutot , Liu PT, Kim J

BACKGROUND: Acne vulgaris is a disease of the pilosebaceous unit characterized by increased sebum production, hyperkeratinization, and immune responses to Propionibacterium acnes (PA). Here, we explore a possible mechanism by...
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Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Characterization of Propionibacterium acnes by Multilocus Sequence Typing and Repetitive-Sequence-Based PCR

Kim S, Song H, Lee WJ, Kim J

Propionibacterium acnes, a gram-positive, anaerobic, and aerotolerant bacterium that is found frequently in the skin as part of the human microbiome causes inflammatory acne, shoulder infection, and the contamination of...
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Efficacy of Red or Infrared Light-Emitting Diodes in a Mouse Model of Propionibacterium acnes-Induced Inflammation

Lee WJ, Lee KC, Kim MJ, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Kim DW

BACKGROUND: Laser/light-based devices may provide an alternative to conventional acne therapeutics in some patients with nonresponsive acne. OBJECTIVE: We investigated the efficacy of red or infrared light-emitting diode (LED) devices in...
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Effects of Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate on the Expression of Inflammatory Biomarkers after Treatment of Cultured Sebocytes with Propionibacterium acnes or Ultraviolet B Radiation

Lee WJ, Kim SL, Lee KC, Sohn MY, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Kim DW

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Effect of Vitamin D on the Expression of Inflammatory Biomarkers in Cultured Sebocytes Treated with Propionibacterium acnes or Ultraviolet B Irradiation

Lee WJ, Kim MJ, Ryu HS, Sohn MY, Jang YH, Lee SJ, Kim DW

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Study of the Photoinactivation Effect on Propionibacterium acnes after Light Irradiation with Variable Wavelengths

Cho YJ, Suh DH

  • KMID: 2087193
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2006 Nov;44(11):1332-1338.
BACKGROUND: Phototherapy has been studied as an alternative option for the treatment of acne. Propionibacterium (P.) acnes produces endogenous porphyrins as a by-product of metabolism. Light of particular wavelengths activates...
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A Comparison of the Sebum excretion rate and the Density of Propionibacterium acnes between Adult acne and Adolescent acne

Park HJ, Choi SW, Che KO, Koh JS, Kim HO, Park YJ

  • KMID: 2230356
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2000 Sep;38(9):1199-1204.
BACKGROUND: Acne is principally a disorder of adolescence. However, a number of observational studies have documented a significant degree of acne in adult women. One study found a difference in...
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Production and Characterization of Antibodies to Propionibacterium acnes from Immunized Chicken Eggs

Whang KK, Choi ES

  • KMID: 2232146
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1999 Sep;37(9):1231-1238.
BACKGROUND: Treatments inhibiting Propionibacterum acnes as like antibiotics for acne vulgaris can produce complications, and have their limited uses.OBJECTIVE: Antibodies reacting to P. acnes were produced from immunized chicken...
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A Case of Propionibacterium acnes Endophthalmitis after Extracapsular Cataract Extraction and Posterior Chamber Lens Implantation

Kim SH, Hahn TW

  • KMID: 2336726
  • J Korean Ophthalmol Soc.
  • 1998 Sep;39(9):2191-2195.
Chronic endophthalmitis following cataract extraction and intraocluar lens implantation has been reported occasionally and Propionibacterium acnes is Known as the most common organism. This infection is often misdiagnosed as uveitis...
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A Study on the MIC of Antibiotics for Propionibacterium acnes in Patients with Acne

Lim YS, Myung KB, Chung NE, Chung WS

  • KMID: 1863560
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 1995 Jun;33(3):437-444.
BACKGROUND: Propioriacterium acnes plays an importantol in the development of inflammatory acne, and inflarnmatory lesions are improved by oralnc topical antibiotics. But as Pacnes frequently develop resistance to antibiotics in...
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A study on the chemotactic activity of the peripheral blood neutrop- hils in acne patients to the cytosol antigen of propionibacterium acnes

Cinn YW, Kim SM

  • KMID: 1699621
  • Korean J Infect Dis.
  • 1991 Feb;23(1):35-38.
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