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Resilin Protein from Flea can be used for cardiovascular disease

...plication of good designs from nature - said human elastin had been successfully recreated in the lab and he expressed that why this expression hasn't so far been used to repair damaged arteries." Source: BBC News...

Lungs repair themselves

...expand and contract with breathing. "We've found elastin synthesis to increase in the air sacs (alveoli) an...y young children who suffer lung injuries increase elastin expression and produce new elastic fibers inside the alveoli, Woods said. Adults do not have that ab...

Give Up Sugar to Keep Yourself Young

... "In a nutshell, sugar hastens the degradation of elastin and collagen, both key skin proteins. In other wor...ur protein fibres, which are flexible collagen and elastin fibres that form the base for a persons skin. "Imagine that your collagen is your skins mattress a...

Professional Wrinkle Cream Launched With 6x the Elastin

...s of Elastatropin equal to six times the amount of elastin being lost in one year. Bx Pro/Face further dimini...n early adulthood can maintain a youthful level of elastin while older consumers through continued regular application can eventually replenish elastin and pro...

Researchers Have Found the Role of Protein in Accelerating Breast Cancer Progression

...mulates new collagen of different subtypes and new elastin synthesis. Collagen fragments are known to stimulate growth of carcinoma cells and to stimulate anti-apoptotic pathways, favouring growth of the carcinoma cells," he added. Other authors of the study, Secretion of Pleiotrophin Stimulates Breast Canc...

New Blood Vessels can Be Created from Bone Marrow Stem Cells: Study

...ineered vessels to demonstrate the ability to make elastin in vivo," said Dr. Andreadis. He also said that the smooth muscle cells isolated from the bone marrow were mesenchymal cells, the stem cells that can differentiate into several cell types and which would not trigger an immune reaction when transpla...

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