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Mass spectrometry‐based proteomics reveals the distinct nature of the skin proteomes of photoaged compared to intrinsically aged skin

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With increasing age, skin is subject to alterations in its organization, which impact on its function as well as having clinical consequences. Proteomics is a useful tool for non‐targeted, semi‐quantitative simultaneous investigation of high numbers of proteins. In the current study, we utilize proteomics to characterize and contrast age‐associated differences in photoexposed and photoprotected skin, with a focus on the epidermis, dermal–epidermal junction and papillary dermis.
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Keywords: dermal–epidermal junction; dermis; epidermis; genomics/proteomics/ELISA/cell culture; proteomics; skin ageing; skin physiology/structure

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 2019

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