Sensory receptors & skin regeneration: new highlights

Sensory receptors & skin regeneration: new highlights

02 April 2019, 13:40 - 14:10

Technical Seminars Theatre 1
Language:
English

Sensory receptors, discovered in the skin a few years ago, are involved in skin regeneration. SILAB advanced research team demonstrates a modulation of these receptors with ageing.

Reviving sensory receptors into the skin is thus an innovative strategy to boost cutaneous regeneration weakened during ageing. Natural molecules extracted from a co-product, the Cocos nucifera flour, display in vitro and in vivo benefits.

Molecular identification and in silico experimentations were then carried out to decipher the mechanism of action of the resulting natural active ingredient, SENSORIALINE®, a sensory awakening for regenerated skin. 

Contributors

  • Laurie Verzeaux

    Speaker

    Scientific Communication Project Leader

    SILAB

    Since 2016, Laurie Verzeaux is Scientific Communication Project Leader at SILAB - France. She is graduated of the University of Reims...

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