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GHK-Cu In relation to Wound Healing

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Dr. Pickart had me post this for your reading enjoyment. In 1984, I observed that GHK-Cu possesses a mild antioxidant activity similar to the enzyme superoxide dismutase, which manifests itself as a calming of red and irritated skin. Steve Aust’s lab at Utah State University discovered that GHK-Cu blocks the damage-induced release of oxidizing iron molecules from ferritin. Further discoveries followed. Vinci et al. at the University of Catalina in Italy reported that GHK-Cu blocks tissue...
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Diabetic Skin Issues - Important Information

Skin Biology ·
An Ounce of Prevention It may be as long as 10-20 years, before someone with diabetes may develop visible complications surface in the form of skin problems. Of course the best time to start fighting for your skin’s beauty and radiance is when it is still healthy. However, it is never too late to start caring for your skin, even when you start develop dryness and increased sensitivity. Diabetes may make your skin age faster due to A dvanced G lycation E nd products, which accumulate in the...
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Visual Presentation of Cancer Metastasis Genetic Data

Skin Biology ·
Visual Presentation of Cancer Metastasis Genetic Data and GHK VISIT: www.skinbiology.com/wound-healing-society-2011.htm Dr. Loren Pickart presented the following visual at the Society for the Advancement of Wound Care and the Wound Healing Society in Dallas, Texas. The presentation focused on data confirming that GHK may inhibit cancer genes, suggesting a connection between metastatic cancer cells and similar systems utilized in the early stage of wound healing.
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Re: Diabetic Skin Issues - Important Information

Ilia ·
I understand the hint!
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Know Someone With Eczema? UPDATED Information Just for You

Skin Biology ·
The Challenge: Many so-called "anti-aging" creams contain detergents that cause swelling of the skin’s proteins, creating an immediate illusion of wrinkle reduction. But this swelling can further weaken the skin’s protective barrier, making eczema even worse. Exotic plants and new “miracle” ingredients that are foreign to your skin’s biology can further exacerbate eczema symptoms. Once the cause of irritation is found, you may need to find a product that can help with symptoms until the...
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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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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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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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