Standard protocol for substantiating the anti-pollution claim

Standard protocol for substantiating the anti-pollution claim

11 Oct 2017, 11:10 - 11:40

Technical Seminars Theatre

Language:
English

As innovative CRO, CIDP has been working extensively on various in-vitro and in-vivo protocols to substantiate the “anti-pollution claim.

Air pollution is considered as the second most important cause of cutaneous ageing, just behind UV. PM and Ozone are considered as the main constituents of air pollution that affects the skin.PM and Ozone induces oxidative stress and the production of ROS which in turn results in cutaneous deteriorations such as skin inflammation, decrease in skin elasticity, increase in wrinkles and others.

CIDP will be presenting its protocols to help laboratories to objectively substantiate the anti-pollution claim.

 

Contributors

  • Dr Veronique Newton

    Speaker

    Preclinical Laboratory Manager

    CIDP

    After completing her PhD on “The mechanism underlying cell desensitization to Type I Interferons” from the Institut Pasteur in Paris, Véronique...

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