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Asian tiger mosquito: using the skin as an olfactory trap

Some volatile compounds generated by our skin microbiota could be used as odor-baited traps to attract Asian tiger mosquitoes, that are vectors for many infections, and thus limiting their dissemination.   Tiger mosquitoes (also known as Aedes albopictus) originate from Southeast Asia but...
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ECZEMA + STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS = INCREASED RISK OF FOOD ALLERGY?

Staphylococcus aureus infections could be related to a greater risk of food allergies in young children with severe eczema, according to an international study that opens the way to the development of new approaches to prevent food allergies.   Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium that is...
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Severe acne: what role does the skin microbiota play?

The mechanisms causing severe acne, which affects 20% of patients with acne, are still poorly understood by scientists. One avenue of research: Cutibacterium acnes (or C. acnes, formerly called Propionibacterium acnes) is a bacterium that could play a role in its development. But not necessarily in ...
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