Tagged With "skin"

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What Happens to your Skin as you get Older

skinbiologywebmaster ·
As your body ages, the appearance and characteristics of your skin change. Visible aging of your skin starts around age 25 as your natural regenerative processes begin to slow. Your skin replaces old cells more slowly and there is a slower turnover of...
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GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair

Skin Biology ·
GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair The wound healing process in the skin goes through the following phases: hemostasis (blood clotting), inflammation, granulation, and scar remodeling. Every stage requires well-coordinated cell interaction and therefore is precisely orchestrated by a plethora of biological active molecules coming from different sources. For example, immediately after injury degranulating platelets release growth factors (such as TGF-beta)...
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Re: GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair

Indhupriya ·
It is a very interesting review. We have developed a computational platform ( www.persistent.com/eskin ) for skin research, wherein skin associated pathways like Keratinocyte Differentiation, Wound Healing, Cornification are built. The role of TGF-beta in wound healing is well studied and accommodated in our pathways. It will be valuable to incorporate this information in our pathway models.
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Re: GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair

Skin Biology ·
Dear INDHUPRIYA , Feel free to incorporate any of the GHK data from our research site at: ReverseAgingwithGHK.com - You'll find a wealth of very valuable information that might be of use to you in your pathway models. Data from any of any of Dr. Pickart's Published Articles and Presentations can also be found at: www.skinbiology.com/published-...s-presentations.html Please contact Dr. Pickart directly at: lorenpickart@skinbiology.com with any further questions you may have. Best Wishes, SKIN...
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Looking for validation of our software, eSkIN: Computational platform for skin research

Indhupriya ·
Hi, I am a researcher working in the Systems Biology group at Persistent Systems. We have developed a comprehensive computational platform for skin research, eSkIN. It is aimed at deriving actionable insights from big biological data generated from high-throughput experiments thus completing the “golden triad” of experiment, computation and knowledge. We are looking for skin researchers to validate our software. About eSkIN: eSkIN allows the translation of large scale high-throughput...
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GHK - Now Part of Major Reference Textbook on Skin!

Skin Biology ·
Resetting Skin Genome Back to Health Naturally with GHK Textbook of Aging Skin (Reference Book Abstract) The copper-binding tripeptide GHK (glycyl- l -histidyl- l -lysine) is a naturally occurring plasma peptide widely used in skin care products. It is especially popular in antiaging cosmetic formulations due to its various and well-established positive biological effects on aging skin. It has been established that GHK-Cu improves wound healing and tissue regeneration and stimulates collagen...
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DMSO + GHK: An Amazingly Effective Combination

Skin Biology ·
Skin and Hair Transplantation GHK-Cu substantially improved the transplants of skin grafts in pigs, mice, and humans. The best results were obtained by using GHK-Cu dissolved in a small amount of DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide). Normally in skin grafts, most of the grafted skin dies off, and new skin grows outward from the surviving core of the skin graft. However, the addition of DMSO often so improved the graft "take" that the final graft "take" area exceeded the actual size of the skin graft.
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The Science of Skin Needling?

Skin Biology ·
Skin Needling and Rollers for Scar Reduction (by Dr. Phillipa McCafferey) A MUST READ: http://www.scar-reduction.com/skin-needling-copper.html Written by Cosmetic Physician Dr. Phillipa McCafferey of Clear Skin Care in Australia: “Skin Needling has been perfomed for many years, using a variety of instruments, to soften depressed scars and deep line. Dr Philippe Simonin, a Swissfrench Dermatologist, published his results in Baran’s Cosmetic Dermatology 1994, but his ground breaking technique,...
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