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Gut microbiota of psoriasis patients: less diverse and reduced functionality

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Dr Tanja Todberg, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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PFGC 2021
The microbiota of patients with psoriasis are less diverse compared with healthy controls. Moreover, psoriasis patients show a decreased functional richness compared with both healthy controls and healthy partners that live in the same household. Advances in technology have led to an increased number of studies investigating the microbiome in patients with inflammatory diseases. Growing evidence supports an altered gut microbiota in patients with psoriasis. Culture-based studies have identified an increased presence of oral Candida in patients with psoriasis [1]. Interestingly, probiotics have been associated with a significant improvement in the severity of psoriasis but did not change microbiota [1]. “There is an association, but, acc...


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