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Latest Research from Related Atopic Conditions

Recent advances in genome sequencing and microbiology have been shedding new light on eczema and atopic dermatitis. The most interesting of this research has been in the area of filaggrin and a genetic mutation which occurs in some individuals [1]. This mutation has been shown to increase the chance of a variety of skin and allergic disease [2].

Perhaps, seborrheic dermatitis is closely related to this gene mutation as well, and there simply has not been any research specifically on its relation yet.

The future of DNA sequencing is likely to hold many answers to seborrheic dermatitis. And hopefully, much of this research will be published in the near future.

References

  1. Aileen Sandilands, Gráinne M O'Regan, Haihui Liao, Yiwei Zhao, Ana Terron-Kwiatkowski, Rosemarie M Watson, Andrew J Cassidy, David R Goudie, Frances J D Smith, W H Irwin McLean, Alan D Irvine "Prevalent and rare mutations in the gene encoding filaggrin cause ichthyosis vulgaris and predispose individuals to atopic dermatitis." The Journal of investigative dermatology 126.8 (2006): 1770-5. PubMed
  2. Alan D Irvine, W H Irwin McLean, Donald Y M Leung "Filaggrin mutations associated with skin and allergic diseases." The New England journal of medicine 365.14 (2011): 1315-27. PubMed
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After being affected by seborrheic dermatitis, I have made it my goal to gather and organize all the information that has helped me in my journey.

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