Browsing by Author Melnik, B. C.

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2013Acne and dietMelnik, B. C.
2016Acne vulgaris: an inflammasomopathy of the sebaceous follicle induced by deviated FoxO1/mTORC1 signallingMelnik, B. C.
2011Acne-associated syndromes: models for better understanding of acne pathogenesisChen, W.; Obermayer-Pietsch, B.; Hong, J-B; Melnik, B. C.; Yamasaki, O.; Dessinioti, C.; Ju, Q.; Liakou, A. I.; Al-Khuzaei, S.; Katsambas, A.; Ring, J.; Zouboulis, C. C.
2013Endocrinology of Milk and its Significance for the SkinMelnik, B. C.
2011Immunohistochemical detection of FoxO1 in human sebocytesLiakou, A. I.; Seltmann, H.; Hippe, S.; Knolle, J.; Melnik, B. C.; Zouboulis, C. C.
2013Impaired Notch signalling: the unifying mechanism explaining the pathogenesis of hidradenitis suppurativa (acne inversa)Melnik, B. C.; Plewig, G.
2013Impaired Notch-MKP-1 signalling in hidradenitis suppurativa: An approach to pathogenesis by evidence from translational biologyMelnik, B. C.
2010Is nuclear deficiency of FoxO1 due to increased growth factor/PI3K/Akt-signalling in acne vulgaris reversed by isotretinoin treatment?Melnik, B. C.
2019Isotretinoin's paradoxical effects in immortalized sebocytesMelnik, B. C.; John, S. M. ; Agamia, N. F.; Chen, W.; De Vita, V.; Karadag, A. S.; Plewig, G.; Schmitz, G.
2013Milk: An endocrine mTORC1-driving anabolic signal transduction system of mammalian evolution promotes diseases of Western civilization like acneMelnik, B. C.
2019mTORC1 at the crossroad of metabolism and immunity in hidradenitis suppurativaDe Vita, V.; Melnik, B. C.
2018T helper 17 cell/regulatory T-cell imbalance in hidradenitis suppurativa/acne inversa: the link to hair follicle dissection, obesity, smoking and autoimmune comorbiditiesMelnik, B. C.; John, S. M. ; Chen, W.; Plewig, G.
2010The hypothetical role of FoxO1 is interesting, but more study is needed before any conclusions can be drawn - reply from authorMelnik, B. C.
2010The role of transcription factor FoxO1 in the pathogenesis of acne vulgaris and the mode of isotretinoin actionMelnik, B. C.
2008Unilateral segmental acneiform naevus: a model disorder towards understanding fibroblast growth factor receptor 2 function in acne?Melnik, B. C.; Vakilzadeh, F.; Aslanidis, C.; Schmitz, G.