Structural, Histological And Clinical Changes In Chronologic Aged Skin And Photoaged Skin

Many of facial skin aging changes are not the inevitable result of chronologic aging, but with the accumulation of chronic environmental factors. The structural (molecular, cellular), histological changes and the clinical signs associated with intrinsic (chronological aging) and photoaging are … Continue reading

The Histological Changes And The Clinical Features That Characterize Chronological Skin Aging and PhotoAging

The chronological skin aging is driven by the genetic programming – the programmed aging process that also makes the hair white and makes the teeth fall -. When the natural aging process is superimposed with photodamage, the skin ages much … Continue reading

Gene Chip Technology In Identifying Pathways and Processes in Chronological Skin Aging and Photodamaged Skin

A DNA microarray (also commonly known as DNA chip or gene chip technology) is a collection of microscopic DNA spots attached to a solid surface. Each DNA spot contains picomoles (10−12 moles) of a specific DNA sequence called probes. Probes … Continue reading