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Genkwanin up-regulates the transcriptional activation of human type vii collagen gene promoter

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In a recent study, stimulating the formation of anchoring fibrils at the basement membrane zone in skin contributed to preventing skin ageing, such as wrinkle formation. Expression of the type VII collagen gene induces the formation of anchoring fibrils composed mainly of collagen type VII. We therefore transiently transfected a keratinocyte cell line with the plasmids containing type VII collagen gene promoter located upstream of the luciferase gene. We investigated the promoter activity under the presence of flavonoids and we found that Genkwanin up-regulates the transcriptional activation of human type VII collagen gene promoter.
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Document Type: Abstract

Publication date: August 1, 2007

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