Facilitating in vitro tape stripping: application of infrared densitometry for quantification of porcine stratum corneum proteins.

@article{Klang2011FacilitatingIV,
  title={Facilitating in vitro tape stripping: application of infrared densitometry for quantification of porcine stratum corneum proteins.},
  author={Victoria Klang and J. Conrad Schwarz and Andrea Hartl and Claudia Valenta},
  journal={Skin pharmacology and physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={24 5},
  pages={256-68}
}
Infrared (IR) densitometry is a highly practical method recently proposed for protein analysis during in vivo tape stripping. However, this method has not yet been validated for the quantification of porcine stratum corneum (SC) proteins. Therefore, the aim of this study was to establish calibration curves for the analysis of adhesive tapes removed from porcine ear skin. To this end, the protein absorption (as determined via IR densitometry) was correlated with the protein content determined… CONTINUE READING

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