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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 37, Supplement 1, 1 October 2015

Influence of facial skin ageing characteristics on the perceived age in a Russian female population
pp. 3-8(6)
Authors: Merinville, E.; Grennan, G. Z.; Gillbro, J. M.; Mathieu, J.; Mavon, A.

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The use of gene arrays and corresponding connectivity mapping (Cmap) to identify novel anti‐ageing ingredients
pp. 9-14(6)
Authors: Gillbro, J. M.; Merinville, E.; Olsson, M.; Al‐Bader, T.; Klack, A.; Visdal‐Johnsen, L.; Mavon, A.

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Structural activity relationship analysis (SAR) and in vitro testing reveal the anti‐ageing potential activity of acetyl aspartic acid
pp. 15-20(6)
Authors: Gillbro, J. M.; Lundahl, M.; Westman, M.; Baral, R.; Al‐Bader, T.; Mavon, A.

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Pre‐clinical formulation screening, development and stability of acetyl aspartic acid for cosmetic application
pp. 28-33(6)
Authors: Cattley, K.; Duracher, L.; Camattari, P.; Mavon, A.; Grooby, S.

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In vitro and in vivo dermal absorption assessment of acetyl aspartic acid: a compartmental study
pp. 34-40(7)
Authors: Duracher, L.; Visdal‐Johnsen, L.; Mavon, A.

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In vivo topical application of acetyl aspartic acid increases fibrillin‐1 and collagen IV deposition leading to a significant improvement of skin firmness
pp. 41-46(6)
Authors: Gillbro, J. M.; Merinville, E.; Cattley, K.; Al‐Bader, T.; Hagforsen, E.; Nilsson, M.; Mavon, A.

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