elastin

NOUN
  1. a fibrous scleroprotein found in elastic tissues such as the walls of arteries
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  • As such, tropoelastin and its synthetic analogs have been a subject of intense investigation in the field of biopolymers and protein engineering.
  • Recombinant human elastin peptides coacervate in heated solutions to form fibrillar aggregates.
  • Prenatal nicotine exposure significantly decreased levels of elastin content in the lungs of offspring, and these effects were slightly attenuated by vitamin C.
  • The dermis contains blood vessels that nourish the skin, and proteins called elastin and collagen that keep it taut. The New Science of Cosmetics
  • Efficiencies: alcohol-free formula, mild and no stimulation, while replenishing skin with nutrition and moisture, stimulate elastin formation of fibrocyte, help rebuild natural and white skin.
  • This causes damage to collagen and elastin, loss of smooth muscle cells and increased amounts of basophilic ground substance in the medial (elastic) layer of the aorta. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Elastase activity was determined in a spectrophotometric assay using elastin-Congo red (Sigma) as a substrate, as previously described Liquid chromatography/electron spray ionization mass spectrometry (LC-ESI-MS) data on pure rhamnolipid was used to produce a standard curve for rhamnolipid B (concentration vs. total ionization current (TIC)). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Molecular chromophores besides melanin abound in the skin and include keratin, collagen, elastin, proteins, lipids, steroids and urocanic acid to name a few.
  • Designed silk-like materials have been made in this way, as well as protein-related synthetic materials similar to collagen and elastin, an elastic protein in skin.
  • My thesis involved the amino acid analysis of the protein elastin, which was then thought to play a role in coronary artery disease and I completed the requirements for my degree at Columbia late in 1937 and went directly to the laboratory of Max Bergmann at the Rockefeller Institute. William H. Stein - Autobiography
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