In vitro inhibition of hyaluronidase by sodium copper chlorophyllin complex and chlorophyllin analogs
- J. Mccook, P. Dorogi, D. Vasily, Dustin R. Cefalo
- Biology, ChemistryClinical, Cosmetic and Investigational…
- 10 August 2015
The concept of using hyaluronidase inhibitory activity of sodium copper chlorophyllin complex to increase the hyaluronic acid level of the dermal extracellular matrix for the improvement of the appearance of aging facial skin is supported.
Kinetic scheme for Ca2+-arsenazo III interactions.
Viscoelastometry of skin in vivo using shear wave propagation
Binding of DTNB to band 3 in the human red cell membrane.
Spectrophotometric determination of reaction stoichiometry and equilibrium constants of metallochromic indicators. II. The Ca2+-arsenazo III complexes.
Spectrophotometric determination of reaction stoichiometry and equilibrium constants of metallochromic indicators. III. Antipyrylazo III complexing with Ca2+ and acetylcholine receptor protein.
Spectrophotometric determination of reaction stoichiometry and equilibrium constants of metallochromic indicators. I. General calculational method.
Argon and nitrous oxide cerebral blood flows simultaneously monitored by mass spectrometry in patients with head injury.
Arsenazo I and tetramethylmurexide as optical calcium indicators.
Kinetic models suggest bimolecular reaction steps in axonal Na+-channel gating.
Abstract kinetic models that can successfully simulate the ion-permeability features of axonal Na+ channels suggest the presence of bimolecular reaction steps in the activation of the channels. A…