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Collagen


Collagen is the main structural protein found in human and animal connective tissues, yielding gelatin when boiled.

Collagen fibers are produced by the fibroblast cells.

There are at least 16 types of collagen, but 80 — 90 percent of the collagen in the body consists of types I, II, and III — types I and III collagen are those found predominantly in skin.

Collagen production in the skin can be stimulated through a variety of means including the application of topical vitamin c.

ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: from French collagène, from Greek kolla ‘glue’ + French -gène.

Also see Dermal Collagen and Elastin.

Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Collagenase

Collagenase is a proteolytic enzyme capable of breaking collagen by digesting their peptide bonds.

Once the initial cleavage is made, less specific proteases complete the degradation.

Collagenase production can be induced by an immune response, by cytokines which stimulate cells such as fibroblasts and osteoblasts, and cause indirect damage to skin tissues.

Collagenases from mammalian cells are metallo enzymes and are collagen type specific.

Collagenases be released in latent proenzyme form into tissues and require activation by other proteases before they will degrade fibrillar matrix.

Bacterial collagenases are used in tissue disruption for cell harvesting.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Collagen Types

Collagen is a protein that makes up most of the dermis, the middle layer of the skin. Collagen forms a network of fibers that provides a framework for the growth of cells and blood vessels, and also acts as the support structure for the skin. In young skin, the collagen framework is intact and the skin remains moisturized and elastic. Over time, collagen fibers loosen and unravel, and skin loses its elasticity.

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More About Collagen

Collagen is a protein that makes up most of the dermis, the middle layer of the skin.

Collagen forms a network of fibers that provides a framework for the growth of cells and blood vessels, and also acts as the support structure for the skin.

In young skin, the collagen framework is intact and the skin remains moisturized and elastic.

Over time, collagen fibers loosen and unravel, and skin loses its elasticity.

Skin Care and Dermatological Glossary :

Phospholipids : Alcohols : Dietary Antioxidants : Glycolic Acid : Rosacea : ATP : About Trehalose : Accutane (Isotretinoin) : Acidic : Actinic : Alkaline : Alopecia : Amino Acids : Amphoteric : Angiogenesis : Angioma : Antioxidants : Aqueous : Arc : Arteriole : Artery : Ascorbic Acid / Vitamin C : Atherogenic : Atopic : Benzene : Bioavailability : Bioflavonoid : Biopsy : Biotechnology : Blackhead : Cadaver : Calcium : Capillary : Carboxyl : Carcinogenicity : Carcinoma : Cartilage : Catechins : Cell Division : Cellulitis : Chromatography : Cicatrix : Citric Acid : Citronellol : Coccidioidomycosis : Colitis : Collagen : Colourimetre : Comedo/Comedone : Compound : Connective Tissue : Contusion : Corpus Luteum : Cosmesis : Cyst : Cytochrome : Cytotoxin : Denature : Dermatitis : Dermis : Diabetes : Dibasic Acid : Diploidy/Diploid : Diuretic : Eczema : Edema/Oedema : Elastase: The Unrestrained Thief of Skin Elasticity : Elastin : Electrolysis : Electrophoresis : Emollient : Enantiomer : Endothelium : Environmental Stressors : Enzymes : Eosin : Epidermal Necrosis : Epidermis : Epithelium : Erythema : Essential Fatty Acids : Essential Oils : Esters : Eugenol : Eukaryote/Eukaryotic : Exanthem/Exanthema : Extirpation : Fatty Acids : Ferulic Acid : Fibroblast : Flavonolignan : Flora : Folic Acid (Pteroylglutamic Acid/Vitamin M) : Follicle : Free Radical : Fullerene : Galapagos Tortoise : Gamete : Gene : Genistein : Genome : Genomic DNA : Genotoxin : Glasswort : Glucagon : Glutamic Acid : Glycation : Glycerin : Glycopeptide : Glycoprotein : Glycosaminoglycans : Haploidy/Haploid : Hematoxylin : High Frequency Glass Electrode Beauty Devices : Histology/Histologic : Hives : Hormone : Humectant : Hyaluronic Acid/Sodium Hyaluronate : Hydrocarbon : Hydrolysis : Hydrophilic : Hydrophobic : Hydroxyl (OH) : Hygroscopic : Hypertrophic Scar : Hypochlorous Acid : Hypopigmentation : Immunosuppression : In Summary: Oxidation/Reduction and Tanning : In Vitro : In Vivo : Insulin : Interleukins : Ischemia : Islet : Islets of Langerhans/Islands of Langerhans : Isoprene : Keloid : Keratin : Keratinocytes : Kinase : Lactic Acid : Lactoferrin : Lignin : Limonene : Lipids : Lipophilic : Lymphatic System : MMPs (Matrix Metalloproteinases) : Macromolecule : Malic Acid : Mandelic Acid : Melanin : Melanoma : Membrane : Membrane : Mermaid : Metabolism : Metalloproteinases : Metastatic : Methionine : Micellization : Microtubule : Mineral : Molecular/Cellular Biology: Skin Functioning at the most Essential Level : Molecule : Moles (Blemishes)/Moles Per Litre : Monomer : Mucin : Mucoproteins : Myelin : Nanotechnology : Neurotoxin : Nitrogen : Nodule : Nymph : ORAC : Occlusive : Optic : Otorhinolaryngology : Oxygen : Oxytalan Fibers/Fibres : Ozone : Palmitic Acid : Papain : Papillary Dermis : Papule : Pentacyclic : Pentapeptides GM and GD : Pentose : Peptidases : Peptides : Perichondrium : Peroxidase : Peroxide : Phenol : Phlebitis : Photosensitivity : Phytostimulines : Pigmentation : Pimple : Pledget : Polymer : Polymer/Polymeric : Polypeptide : Polyquaterium-51 : Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation : Pro-Collagen : Prodrug : Proenzymes : Prophylaxis : Propionibacterium / P. Acnes Bacteria : Proteases : Protein : Proteoglycans : Proteolytic Enzymes : Proteome : Pruritus : Psoriasis : Pure/Purity : Pustule : Radiation : Radical : Redox : Reductase : Reperfusion : Restenosis : Reticular Dermis : Retinol : Rhinoplasty : Rockfish : Saccharides : Sebum : Selenium (Definition) : Selenosis : Senescence : Sentinel : Skin Resurfacing by Laser : Skin Structure Diagram : Sodium PCA : Squamous : Stable/Stability : Stenosis : Stratum Corneum : Subclinical Inflammation : Subcutis : Sulfur : Surfactant : Synovial : Tannins : Tartaric Acid : Telomere : Temporal Bones : Thermoregulation / Thermoregulate : Thymine Dimer : Tocopherol : Transferase : Tribasic Acid : Triterpenoid : Tropoelastin : Tubulin : Ubiquinone — Co-Enzyme Q-10 : Vascular : Vascular Epithelial Growth Factor : Vein : Venule : Vestibule : Viscous : Vitamin K : Vitamin PP/Nicotinate : Vitamins : Whitehead : Xerosis : Zygoma : Zygote : pH :

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Skin Care and Dermatological Glossary :

Phospholipids : Alcohols : Dietary Antioxidants : Glycolic Acid : Rosacea : ATP : About Trehalose : Accutane (Isotretinoin) : Acidic : Actinic : Alkaline : Alopecia : Amino Acids : Amphoteric : Angiogenesis : Angioma : Antioxidants : Aqueous : Arc : Arteriole : Artery : Ascorbic Acid / Vitamin C : Atherogenic : Atopic : Benzene : Bioavailability : Bioflavonoid : Biopsy : Biotechnology : Blackhead : Cadaver : Calcium : Capillary : Carboxyl : Carcinogenicity : Carcinoma : Cartilage : Catechins : Cell Division : Cellulitis : Chromatography : Cicatrix : Citric Acid : Citronellol : Coccidioidomycosis : Colitis : Collagen : Colourimetre : Comedo/Comedone : Compound : Connective Tissue : Contusion : Corpus Luteum : Cosmesis : Cyst : Cytochrome : Cytotoxin : Denature : Dermatitis : Dermis : Diabetes : Dibasic Acid : Diploidy/Diploid : Diuretic : Eczema : Edema/Oedema : Elastase: The Unrestrained Thief of Skin Elasticity : Elastin : Electrolysis : Electrophoresis : Emollient : Enantiomer : Endothelium : Environmental Stressors : Enzymes : Eosin : Epidermal Necrosis : Epidermis : Epithelium : Erythema : Essential Fatty Acids : Essential Oils : Esters : Eugenol : Eukaryote/Eukaryotic : Exanthem/Exanthema : Extirpation : Fatty Acids : Ferulic Acid : Fibroblast : Flavonolignan : Flora : Folic Acid (Pteroylglutamic Acid/Vitamin M) : Follicle : Free Radical : Fullerene : Galapagos Tortoise : Gamete : Gene : Genistein : Genome : Genomic DNA : Genotoxin : Glasswort : Glucagon : Glutamic Acid : Glycation : Glycerin : Glycopeptide : Glycoprotein : Glycosaminoglycans : Haploidy/Haploid : Hematoxylin : High Frequency Glass Electrode Beauty Devices : Histology/Histologic : Hives : Hormone : Humectant : Hyaluronic Acid/Sodium Hyaluronate : Hydrocarbon : Hydrolysis : Hydrophilic : Hydrophobic : Hydroxyl (OH) : Hygroscopic : Hypertrophic Scar : Hypochlorous Acid : Hypopigmentation : Immunosuppression : In Summary: Oxidation/Reduction and Tanning : In Vitro : In Vivo : Insulin : Interleukins : Ischemia : Islet : Islets of Langerhans/Islands of Langerhans : Isoprene : Keloid : Keratin : Keratinocytes : Kinase : Lactic Acid : Lactoferrin : Lignin : Limonene : Lipids : Lipophilic : Lymphatic System : MMPs (Matrix Metalloproteinases) : Macromolecule : Malic Acid : Mandelic Acid : Melanin : Melanoma : Membrane : Membrane : Mermaid : Metabolism : Metalloproteinases : Metastatic : Methionine : Micellization : Microtubule : Mineral : Molecular/Cellular Biology: Skin Functioning at the most Essential Level : Molecule : Moles (Blemishes)/Moles Per Litre : Monomer : Mucin : Mucoproteins : Myelin : Nanotechnology : Neurotoxin : Nitrogen : Nodule : Nymph : ORAC : Occlusive : Optic : Otorhinolaryngology : Oxygen : Oxytalan Fibers/Fibres : Ozone : Palmitic Acid : Papain : Papillary Dermis : Papule : Pentacyclic : Pentapeptides GM and GD : Pentose : Peptidases : Peptides : Perichondrium : Peroxidase : Peroxide : Phenol : Phlebitis : Photosensitivity : Phytostimulines : Pigmentation : Pimple : Pledget : Polymer : Polymer/Polymeric : Polypeptide : Polyquaterium-51 : Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation : Pro-Collagen : Prodrug : Proenzymes : Prophylaxis : Propionibacterium / P. Acnes Bacteria : Proteases : Protein : Proteoglycans : Proteolytic Enzymes : Proteome : Pruritus : Psoriasis : Pure/Purity : Pustule : Radiation : Radical : Redox : Reductase : Reperfusion : Restenosis : Reticular Dermis : Retinol : Rhinoplasty : Rockfish : Saccharides : Sebum : Selenium (Definition) : Selenosis : Senescence : Sentinel : Skin Resurfacing by Laser : Skin Structure Diagram : Sodium PCA : Squamous : Stable/Stability : Stenosis : Stratum Corneum : Subclinical Inflammation : Subcutis : Sulfur : Surfactant : Synovial : Tannins : Tartaric Acid : Telomere : Temporal Bones : Thermoregulation / Thermoregulate : Thymine Dimer : Tocopherol : Transferase : Tribasic Acid : Triterpenoid : Tropoelastin : Tubulin : Ubiquinone — Co-Enzyme Q-10 : Vascular : Vascular Epithelial Growth Factor : Vein : Venule : Vestibule : Viscous : Vitamin K : Vitamin PP/Nicotinate : Vitamins : Whitehead : Xerosis : Zygoma : Zygote : pH :


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