Impact of the early-life skin microbiota on the development of canine atopic dermatitis in a high-risk breed birth cohort.

S. Rodriguez-Campos, A Rostaher, L Zwickl, N Fischer, I. Brodard, S. Vidal, B W Brandt, C Favrot & V. Perreten
Canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) is a prevalent inflammatory skin disease of dogs worldwide. Certain breeds such as the West Highland White Terriers (WHWT) are predisposed to suffer from CAD. Microbial dysbiosis is known to play a significant role in the pathogenesis of the disease, which is similar to its human counterpart, atopic dermatitis (AD). To date, no large cohort-study has been conducted in a predisposed dog breed to study the impact of the early-life microbiota...
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