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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2022) 35 (4): 215–223.
Published Online: 04 April 2022
... with body mass index (BMI) in a large Chinese cohort. Methods and Subjects: A total of 1,405 Chinese aged 21–98 years old were enrolled in this study. Epidermal functions, including transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration, and skin surface pH, were measured on the flexor forearm...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2018) 32 (1): 1–7.
Published Online: 18 October 2018
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Antihistamines Atopic dermatitis Barrier function Barrier response Ceramides Cytokines Epidermal lipids Kallikreins Moisturizers PPAR pH By definition, moisturizers contain...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2018) 31 (3): 155–162.
Published Online: 03 April 2018
... intake of 1,747 mL/day. 20% of the patients were dehydrated and 22.5% had an impending dehydration according to serum osmolality. Multivariate analysis suggested that skin surface pH and epidermal hydration at the face were associated with fluid intake. Serum osmolality was associated with epidermal...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2016) 29 (4): 204–209.
Published Online: 22 July 2016
...Gunhyuk Park; Dal-Seok Oh; Yong-ung Kim; Moon-Ki Park Background/Aims: Wound healing is a complex regeneration process involving the degradation and reassembly of connective tissues and skin layers. Previous studies have shown that pH plays a significant role in both the direct and indirect...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2015) 28 (3): 147–158.
Published Online: 20 January 2015
...Cornelia Wiegand; Martin Abel; Peter Ruth; Peter Elsner; Uta-Christina Hipler Background: Wound infection plays an important role in compromised wound healing. A high bioburden impairs healing and leads to formation of a chronic wound. Distinctly higher pH values were observed in chronic wounds...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (5): 234–241.
Published Online: 08 May 2014
... premature infants over a longitudinal observation period. Methods: Transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration (SCH), pH and sebum were measured at postnatal ages of 1-7 days and 2-7 weeks on the forehead, abdomen, thigh and buttock of preterm infants (gestational age 30-37 weeks; n = 48...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2014) 27 (2): 90–96.
Published Online: 23 October 2013
..., possible interfering effects of subsequent measurement procedures on transepidermal water loss (TEWL), stratum corneum hydration (SCH) and skin surface pH were investigated. Methods: An exploratory study was conducted. Twelve young (mean age 32.9 ± 7.2 years) and 12 elderly (mean age 68.3 ± 2.5 years...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2011) 24 (4): 175–181.
Published Online: 12 February 2011
...S. Murdan; G. Milcovich; G.S. Goriparthi Purpose of Study: To measure the pH of the surface of healthy nail plates. Procedures: The surface pH of human fingernails and big toenails was measured in vivo using a skin pH meter. The influence of washing, anatomical site (fingers/toes), side (left/right...
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Skin Pharmacology (1994) 7 (1-2): 41–46.
Published Online: 31 March 2009
... in Glutaminolysis and Aerobic Glycolysis: Implications for Skin, Splanchnic and Neoplastic Metabolism Key Words Hair Glycolysis Glutaminolysis Glutamine pH Metabolism Culture Abstract On maintenance in supplemented Williams E medium, hu­ man hair follicles grow at the normal rate, and retain their normal anagen...
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Skin Pharmacology (1996) 9 (5): 312–321.
Published Online: 31 March 2009
.... Changes in the skin blood flow were monitored using a laser Doppler flowmeter. Also measured at each location were baseline measurements of skin blood flow, transepidermal water loss, stratum corneum hydration, skin surface temperature and skin surface pH. Results : The neck area exhibited the greatest...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2009) 22 (3): 131–136.
Published Online: 09 January 2009
... in this study. Basal skin surface pH, SC hydration, permeability barrier function as well as barrier recovery rates were measured over previously involved skin sites with a skin physiology monitor. One-way ANOVA and two-tailed Student’s t test were used to determine the significance between 2 groups and 3...
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Skin Pharmacol Physiol (2008) 21 (2): 111–118.
Published Online: 05 February 2008
...E. Houben; J.P. Hachem; K. De Paepe; V. Rogiers The acidic pH of the outer surface of the mammalian skin plays several important roles in the epidermal barrier function. The 2 endogenous pathways that are currently known to elicit this acidic pH are the generation of free fatty acids from...
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Skin Pharmacology and Applied Skin Physiology (1999) 12 (4): 182–192.
Published Online: 17 July 1999
... proteases: chymotrypsin and its activator in the stratum corneum, trypsin. The specific activities of these different enzymes have been determined along with their pH profiles and sensivities to specific inhibitors. It can be noted that only two presented a pH optimum similar to the pH of the stratum...
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Skin Pharmacology and Applied Skin Physiology (1999) 12 (4): 221–226.
Published Online: 17 July 1999
.... A mixture of ethanol and water can dissolve many poorly water-soluble drugs, and therefore it would be able to expand the application of iontophoresis to include many drugs that are poorly soluble in water. Iontophoresis Salicylic acid Ethanol pH Current density Original Research Article Skin...