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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1993) 186 (1): 55–58.
Published Online: 08 October 2009
...J. Brasch; E. Christophers Azelaic acid is a therapeutic agent with well-known antibacterial properties, but its antimycotic effect has not yet been investigated systematically. In this study we have used an agar dilution technique to test the inhibitory effect of azelaic acid upon common...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (2003) 206 (1): 29–36.
Published Online: 12 February 2003
..., in particular topical antibiotics, should be used less often than in the past and only for short periods to avoid the development of resistances. It seems better to combine those agents with topical retinoids, with BPO or with azelaic acid to enhance the efficacy and slow down the development of resistance. BPO...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (2000) 201 (2): 118–122.
Published Online: 29 September 2000
... subjects and to assess the effect of depigmenting agents. Azelaic acid and glycolic acid were tested as well as a soy extract, reported to reduce pigmentation through interaction with the protease-activated receptor 2 (PAR-2) of keratinocytes. Method: Evaluations were made by image analysis of high...
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Journal: Dermatology
Dermatology (1998) 196 (1): 119–125.
Published Online: 13 March 1998
... in a comedolytic and anticomedogenic manner are the retinoids tretinoin, isotretinoin, adapalene and tazarotene and azelaic acid as well, some of the retinoids having additional anti-inflammatory potency. Azelaic acid has strong antibacterial potency without inducing bacterial resistance similar to benzoyl...