Using multiphoton microscopy to analyze aging skin

@article{Wu2011UsingMM,
  title={Using multiphoton microscopy to analyze aging skin},
  author={Shulian Wu and H. Li and X. Zhang and Lin Zhifang and Shufei Xu},
  journal={Spie Newsroom},
  year={2011}
}
Skin undergoes structural degradation in response to both the passing of years and exposure to the sun.1–4 The degeneration of collagen, a component in the dermal extracellular matrix, is a major factor in skin alteration with aging. But the mechanism differs depending on the cause. Researchers have not yet establishing a quantitative relationship between collagen changes and different types of aging. Here, we describe work aimed at quantitatively linking collagen alteration with aging… Expand
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