Protective Effects of an Antioxidant Derived from Serine and Vitamin B6 on Skin Photoaging in Hairless Mice¶

@inproceedings{Kitazawa2005ProtectiveEO,
  title={Protective Effects of an Antioxidant Derived from Serine and Vitamin B6 on Skin Photoaging in Hairless Mice¶},
  author={M. Kitazawa and Y. Ishitsuka and Misako Kobayashi and T. Nakano and K. Iwasaki and K. Sakamoto and K. Arakane and Tadashi Suzuki and L. Kligman},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract The generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) by ultraviolet radiation (UVR) accelerates skin aging, which is known as photoaging. Because cutaneous iron catalyzes ROS generation, sequestering iron by chelating agents is thought to be an effective approach toward preventing photoaging. Previously, N-(4-pyridoxylmethylene)-l-serine (PYSer) was designed as an antioxidant to suppress iron-catalyzed ROS generation by its iron-sequestering activity. In this study, PYSer showed protective… Expand
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