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BACKGROUND/AIMS The study of changes in skin structure with age is becoming all the more important with the increase in life. The atrophy that occurs during aging is accompanied by more profound(More)
Elastin peptides, such as kappa-elastin (kE), bind to the elastin receptor at the cell surface of human dermal fibroblasts and stimulate collagenase-1 expression at the gene and protein levels. Using(More)
Elastin peptides (EPs) produced during cancer progression bind to the elastin binding protein (EBP) found at the surface of dermal fibroblasts, leading to the expression of collagenase-1 gene. The(More)