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Hello everyone, I'm a pediatric dermatologist practicing in Mexico City. I've run through the Q&A and I have found that the main focus is on gut microbiome. However, microbiome in other body surfaces has a very important role in the general health. For example in atopic dermatitis, there is a higher concentration of Staphylococcus aureus and hominis, and less diversity of other bacteria. There are also changes in mycobiome and virome in the skin and other sites. Does anyone have any comment on the importance of these other sites? Any research on pro/pre or symbiotics for the skin and other organs?