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Researchers Reprogram Skin for Pluripotent Skin Cells

Researchers at the Scripps Research Institute have released a new test that differentiates embryonic stem cells and others with therapeutic potential from other stem cell types.

Monell Identifies the Scent of Skin Cancer

The Monell Center may have identified the odor of skin cancer, a discovery that might be used to develop new ways of identifying basal cell carcinoma.

US Researchers Question Possible Moisturizer-Tumor Link

A US study of has reported that some moisturizers may promote skin cancer.

It's All About Sex: Hormones and Skin Moisture

Cosmetics help people look and feel good. From an evolutionary view, the human purpose is to produce offspring and although it can be done clinically, most prefer the natural way, just like today's cosmetic users.

J&J Acquires Beijing Dabao Cosmetics

Company plans to continue development of 20-year old brand.

Therapeutic Activity of Probiotics

Editor’s note: C&T magazine’s regular Bench & Beyond columnist Bud Brewster welcomes guest contributor and consultant Donald S. Orth to this month’s space.

The Probiotic Nature of Normal Microflora

Recent studies are revealing that many of their actions are like those of the normal microflora present in the intestinal tract and on the skin and mucous membranes. This article focuses on some similarities between probiotics and normal skin microflora.

Sensitive Skin Syndrome: Sensory Response and Classification

Although a complete analysis of sensitive skin syndrome was recently published, research on said syndrome faces several difficulties. There is a lack of consensus in the medical and scientific communities for classifying sensory responses to irritants.

Aquaporins: Stimulating AQP3

The current column will look at the separate but parallel paths followed by a major personal care manufacturer and a principal academic researcher in their attempts to understand what it means to stimulate aquaporin-3 (AQP3), the water channel protein in human skin.

Aquaporins: The One-Molecule-at-a-Time Moisturizer

This column describes aquaporins and outlines their 16-year history, with particular interest in an aquaglycero-porin found in human skin. Future columns will highlight the activities of several cosmetic manufacturers and their compositions to “stimulate” that aquaporin as a way to beautify human skin and hair.

Researchers Discover MicroRNA Suppresses p63 Protein

Researchers at Rockefeller University have discovered a tiny RNA molecule that helps create the protective barrier between the inner layer of skin and the surface of skin.

Targeting the Tyrosinase Gene Via the PPARg Complex

Sederma SAS launched a skin brightening ingredient with a new mechanism of action from the heart of the melanocyte.

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