Levels of retinyl palmitate and retinol in the skin of SKH-1 mice topically treated with retinyl palmitate and concomitant exposure to simulated solar light for thirteen weeks.

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Retinyl esters account for more than 70% of the endogenous vitamin A found in human skin, and retinyl palmitate is one of the retinyl esters in this pool. Human skin is also exposed to retinyl palmitate exogenously through the topical application of cosmetic and skin care products that contain retinyl palmitate. To date, there is limited information on the… (More)

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@article{Yan2007LevelsOR, title={Levels of retinyl palmitate and retinol in the skin of SKH-1 mice topically treated with retinyl palmitate and concomitant exposure to simulated solar light for thirteen weeks.}, author={J J Yan and Qingsu Xia and Wayne G. Wamer and Mary D. Boudreau and A G Warbritton and Peter C Howard and Peter P Fu}, journal={Toxicology and industrial health}, year={2007}, volume={23 10}, pages={581-9} }