An epigenetic regulator accelerates wound healing and prevents oxidative stress

An epigenetic regulator accelerates wound healing and prevents oxidative stress

02 April 2019, 16:20 - 16:50

Technical Seminars Theatre 2
Language:
English

The appearance of a scar, whether as a result of an acne lesion, a chemical peeling or even a burn, often depends on how fast and well the wound heals. By accelerating the wound healing process, scarring can be minimized and skin can be restored to its healthy appearance

This year, Corum will present a newly discovered and patented epigenetic regulator which accelerates skin repairing process, increases cell regeneration and reduces scarring by inhibiting HDAC activity as well as increasing acetylation of histone protein.

In addition, it also protects skin cells against DNA damage induced by oxidative stress.

Contributors

  • Allison Pao

    Speaker

    Jr. Product Manager

    CORUM Inc.

    Allison holds a Master of Science in Biochemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Biophysics from University of Connecticut in the U.S. With 8 years of...

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