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Feb 26, 2009 | 04:13 PM CST
By: Haw-Yueh Thong, MD, MS, Department of Dermatol…
This review examines hormetic effects of various agents on skin biology. Recognition of this emerging biological phenomenon in dermatology could lead to markedly improved integrative assessments of animal/human skin responses to toxic substances and pharmacological agents, as well as endogenous agonists.
Feb 19, 2009 | 05:01 PM CST
By: C Oresago, M Dickens and A Znaiden, Avon Produ…
To develop active treatment products that address eye area problems, i.e., puffiness, bags, dark circles and crowsfeet, the cosmetic chemist must better understand the biology of the eye area, the effects of aging and chronic sun exposure and how to select ingredient that will provide stuitable benefit.
Feb 18, 2009 | 09:34 AM CST
Showcasing that the health of the skin and body are truly intertwined, a recent study of a fat-synthesizing enzyme provides information on how the body processes and reacts to retinoic acid.
Feb 16, 2009 | 09:35 AM CST
The decline in honeybees could be due to infections, lack of food, pesticides and breeding, but the consensus is that honeybees are in trouble.
Feb 12, 2009 | 09:39 AM CST
The lab suggests that the protein linked to the spread of several major human cancers may also benefit skin.
Feb 03, 2009 | 10:38 AM CST
According to the SCC, all issues going back to the journal's first issue have been digitized and are online and fully searchable.
Jan 28, 2009 | 09:18 AM CST
Researchers at Brown University have found that a mutation in the genetic code of fruit flies dramatically increases their life span; this may be beneficial in humans to delay the aging process.
Jan 28, 2009 | 07:52 AM CST
Research conducted in Georgia reports that a family of sensors based on a hydrocyanine scaffold allows imaging of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in vivo.
Jan 14, 2009 | 08:23 AM CST
Scientists at the Imperial College in London have found a way to turn "on" the production of specific adult stem cells in bone marrow, a technique that could boost the body's ability to repair itself.
Dec 03, 2008 | 09:07 AM CST
Researchers at Purdue University have developed a rapid electrokinetic patterning technique using a laser and holograms to quickly position tiny particles for biological analyses or to create devices using nanoassembly.