In vitro glycation of an endothelialized and innervated tissue-engineered skin to screen anti-AGE molecules.

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Glycation is one of the major processes responsible for skin aging through induction of the detrimental formation of advanced glycation end-products (AGEs). We developed an innovative tissue-engineered skin combining both a capillary-like and a nerve networks and designed a protocol to induce continuous AGEs formation by a treatment with glyoxal. We… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2015.01.066

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@article{Cadau2015InVG, title={In vitro glycation of an endothelialized and innervated tissue-engineered skin to screen anti-AGE molecules.}, author={Sebastien Cadau and Sabrina Leoty-Okombi and Sabine Pain and Nicolas Bechetoille and Val{\'e}rie Andr{\'e}-Frei and François Berthod}, journal={Biomaterials}, year={2015}, volume={51}, pages={216-25} }