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Noninvasive methods for the quantification of skin functions

an update on methodology and clinical applications

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Skin -- Examination,
  • Diagnosis, Noninvasive,
  • Skin -- physiology,
  • Skin Diseases -- diagnosis,
  • Dermatology -- methods

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementP.J. Frosch and A.M. Kligman (eds.).
    ContributionsFrosch, Peter J., Kligman, Albert M., 1916-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRL105 .N65 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 319 p. :
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1405686M
    ISBN 103540565825, 0387565825
    LC Control Number93013926

      Noninvasive quantification of stratum corneum water content is widely used in skin research and topical product development. Methods The original EEMCO guidelines on measurements of skin hydration by electrical methods and transepidermal water loss (TEWL) by evaporimeter published in and have been revisited and updated with the. skin. It is non-invasive which allows performance book of non-invasive methods and the skin. Boca Raton: CRC Press; for the quantification of skin function. Berlin-.

    The epidermal barrier function is disrupted in various inflammatory skin diseases. Accurate methods to measure skin barrier function are needed to assess the effect of therapeutic agents. Therefore, we developed a noninvasive multiparametric approach to measure four different parameters regarding the skin barrier. In the current pilot study, we evaluate this method in 14 healthy volunteers.   In summary, we developed a non-invasive melanin quantification method based on a 3D culture of B16F10 and B16F1 cells, which can be potentially used .

    A precise and noninvasive quantification of aging is of outmost importance for in vivo assessment of the skin aging "stage", and thus acts to minimize it. Several bioengineering methods have been proposed to objectively, precisely, and non-invasively measure skin aging, and to detect early skin damage, that is sub-clinically observable. A noninvasive method for detecting skin surface proteins Louisa Cockbill Novel techniques have been used to prepare a thumbnail-sized antibody array for the direct detection and quantification .


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Noninvasive Methods for the Quantification of Skin Functions: An Update on Methodology and Clinical Applications [Peter J. Frosch Albert M. Kligman, Nilanjan Chatterjee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. More than 10 years ago, I had the chance to visit the university hospital in Munster, Germany.

At the outpatient clinic thereCited by: 2. The Surface of the Skin — The Microrelief. Leveque, P. Corcuff. Pages Quantitative Analysis of the Skin’s Surface by Digital Signal Processing.

Hoppe, R. Lunderstadt, G. Sauermann. Pages Noninvasive Methods for the Determination of Skin Hydration. Triebskorn, M. Gloor. Noninvasive Methods for the Quantification of Skin Functions An Update on Methodology and Clinical Applications. Editors: Frosch, Peter J., Kligman, Albert M.

(Eds.) Free Preview. Noninvasive Methods for the Quantification of Skin Functions: An Update on Methodology and Clinical Applications Peter J. Frosch, Albert M. Kligman Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Noninvasive Methods for the Determination of Skin Hydration.- Transepidermal Water Loss Measurement by Means of an Evaporimeter.- Simultaneous Measurement of Thickness and Compressibility of a Skin Fold.- Sebum Analysis Using a Hydrophobic Lipid-Absorbent Tape.

The authors' thorough research and clear organization make this book a baseline reference for those using noninvasive biophysical methods to study the skin.

Arranged by physical modality and structured to provide educational and practical information, the second edition, like its predecessor, will prove to be of value to young researchers and senior scientists alike.

Noninvasive Methods for the Quantification of Skin Functions: an Update on Methodology and Clinical Applications. [Peter J Frosch; Albert M Kligman] -- This book covers for the first time all the modern noninvasive techniques used to assess various functions of the skin in both normal and diseased states.

Handbook of Non-Invasive Methods and the Skin book. Handbook of Non-Invasive Methods and the Skin. SECTION III Clinical Experimentation, Evaluation, and Quantification. The skin can be assessed by a diversity of methods as demonstrated by the breadth of topics covered in this book.

Updated and comprehensive book guide to current theory and practice of noninvasive investigation and measurement of the skin.

Contains sections on skin physiology, mechanical protection, photoprotection, barrier function, immune and sensory function, thermoregulation and skin disease rating. Triebskorn A., Gloor M. () Noninvasive Methods for the Determination of Skin Hydration.

In: Frosch P.J., Kligman A.M. (eds) Noninvasive Methods for the Quantification of Skin Functions. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. However, the non‑invasive and proteome‑wide quantification of skin proteins without any labelling steps remains a challenge.

In this study, 3M medical adhesive tapes were used to obtain skin samples from volunteers. Proteins were extracted from fresh skin samples and digested with trypsin. Videodermatoscopy (VD) is a noninvasive technique that allows a rapid and magnified (×10 to ×1,) in vivo observation of the skin surface with the visualization of morphologic structures.

Skin Research and Technology | Wiley Skin Research and Technology is a clinically-oriented journal on biophysical methods and imaging techniques and how they are used in dermatology, cosmetology and plastic surgery for noninvasive quantification of skin structure and functions.

4. Quantification of skin cytokines using non-invasive procedure of skin surface wash sampling. The method described here is a suitable for evaluation of cytokines, which are present on the surface of the skin (SC) and can be secreted from the deeper layers to the outer environment.

Degenerative skin diseases affect one third of individuals over the age of sixty. Current therapies use various physical and chemical methods to rejuvenate skin; but since the therapies affect.

Laser Doppler Imaging of Skin The Heat Wash-In and Heat Wash-Out Technique for Quantitative, Non-Invasive Measurement of Cutaneous Blood Flow Rate The Xenon Wash-Out Technique for Quantitative Measurement of Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Blood Flow Rates Evaluation of Lymph Flow.

Request PDF | Non-invasive, investigative methods in skin aging | A precise and noninvasive quantification of aging is of outmost importance for in vivo assessment of the skin aging "stage" and.

In: Frosch PJ and Kligman AM, Eds. Noninvasive methods for the quantification of skin functions. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 7. Schatz H, Kligman AM, Manning S, Stoudemayer T. Quantification of dry (xerotic) skin by image ananly- sis of scales removed by adhesive discs (D-Squames).

J Soc Cosmet Chem ; 8. This handbook covers the field of noninvasive biophysical methods in clinical and experimental dermatology.

It is the result of a coordinated effort by some of the most prominent experts in the field. Structured to provide both educational and practical information, its value to both young researchers and senior scientists is unparalleled.

Background/aims: We have developed a simple noninvasive method to assess inflammatory changes in human skin, even in the absence of visible clinical irritation.

Our approach is based on a simple tape (Sebutape ®) adsorption method to recover molecular mediators of skin inflammation (e.g., cytokines).This procedure has been used to investigate baseline cytokine levels on skin. The objective of this study was to make noninvasive quantitative analysis of ceramide (CER) in skin of healthy Chinese population by high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry.

Methods. Seven healthy subjects were selected and the stratified skin samples were available using cyanoacrylate adhesion method.A method for the detection of an aberration in DNA of skin cells. The method comprises contacting a skin site with a sterile swab, swabbing the skin site with the sterile swab to collect the skin cells, extracting DNA from the skin cells, and detecting the presence of the aberration in the DNA.

In an alternate embodiment, the skin cells may be collected using a fine needle.This method makes possible the quantification of myelin thickness (G ratio) and organelle localization. For example, skin biopsy has been used for the localization of mitochondria in axonal swellings of patients with diabetes and also the accumulation of intra-axonal mitochondria in Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease type 1A.