Topical application of ST266 reduces UV-induced skin damage

@inproceedings{Guan2017TopicalAO,
  title={Topical application of ST266 reduces UV-induced skin damage},
  author={Linna Guan and Amanda K Suggs and Emily Galan and M. P. Lam and Elma D. Baron},
  booktitle={Clinical, cosmetic and investigational dermatology},
  year={2017}
}
Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) has a significant impact on human skin and is the major environmental factor for skin cancer formation. It is also believed that 80% of the signs of skin aging are attributed to UVR. UVR induces inflammatory changes in the skin via the increase in oxidative stress, DNA damage vascular permeability, and fluctuation in a myriad of cytokines. Acutely, UVR causes skin inflammation and DNA damage, which manifest as sunburn (erythema). ST266 is the secretome of proprietary… CONTINUE READING