Cutibacterium acnes: A Proposal for Veterinary Medicine

Authors : Anderson B. Matos; Francisca C. S. Silva; Alex L. Spadetti; Andrea M. Salgado; M. Queiroz

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 9 - September

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Cutibacterium acnes (C. acnes) is, by far, a highlighted immunomodulator that in recent years has gained prominence for its performance in experimental clinical studies, prophylaxis, and therapeutics of infectious diseases and neoplasms. If, on the one hand, it can act as an opportunistic pathogen, on the other, can be used as an immunomodulator and in the oncological area. Furthermore, it is also considered a proposal to strengthen the immune system to combat severe acute respiratory syndrome caused by coronavirus 2 (Sars-Cov-2). In other words, its application extends from bacteria, fungi, and parasitic protozoa to viruses. However, even with its growing applications in human medicine, little has been reported in the field of veterinary medicine. With that said, this review has the purpose of directing the scientific community to the potential of C. acnes aimed attreating pathology, especially in animals.

Keywords : Cutibacterium Acnes, Immunotherapy, Animals, Veterinary Medicine


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