Effects of Myrrh extracts on the anti-wrinkle activity and anti tyrosinase activity in Hs68 human fibroblasts

@inproceedings{Leem2015EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of Myrrh extracts on the anti-wrinkle activity and anti tyrosinase activity in Hs68 human fibroblasts},
  author={K. Leem},
  year={2015}
}
This study was designed to investigate the collagen metabolism and tyrosinase activity of Myrrh Extracts (ME). The currently known effects of ME are to move blood, calm pain, solve oedema, and promote tissue regeneration. The effect of ME on type I procollagen production and collagenase (matrix metalloproteinase-1, henceforth referred as MMP-1) activity in human normal fibroblasts Hs68 after ultraviolet B (UVB, 312 nm) irradiation was measured by the ELISA method. The tyrosinase activity after… Expand

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