Sept 8 (Reuters) -
* Bayer said to explore sale of $1.1 billion dermatology business - Bloomberg, citing source
* Bayer is working with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co on the sale, which could fetch more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion)- Bloomberg, citing source
* Business could attract interest from Nestle Sa's Galderma, Allergan Plc and Almirall Sa of Spain, as well as private equity firms - Bloomberg
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