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Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease with autoimmune pathogenic characteristics and is caused by chronic inflammation, which results in uncontrolled keratinocyte growth and defective differentiation. The link between the gut microbiota and immune system regulation opened a novel angle to understand the pathogenesis of many chronic multifactorial diseases, including psoriasis. Current evidence suggests that modulation of the gut microbiota, both through dietary approaches and through supplementation with probiotics and prebiotics, could represent a novel therapeutic approach. The present work aims to highlight the latest scientific evidence regarding the microbiome alterations of psoriatic patients, as well as state of the art insights in terms of microbiome-targeted therapies as promising preventive and therapeutic tools for psoriasis.


Mihaela Cristina Buhaș, Laura Ioana Gavrilaș, Rareș Candrea, Adrian Cătinean, Andrei Mocan, Doina Miere, Alexandru Tătaru. Gut Microbiota in Psoriasis. Nutrients. 2022 Jul 20;14(14)

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PMID: 35889927

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