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On the occasion of the 49th annual congress of the ESDR (European Society for Dermatology Research), which takes place on September 18-21 in Bordeaux (France), SILAB Softcare, SILAB’s department fully dedicated to the care of compromised skin, introduces its research works on atopic dermatitis having led to the development of AD-RESYL®. This purified natural active ingredient was specifically developed to prevent the appearance of the clinical signs of atopic dermatitis (children and adults) and to prolong periods of remission, as a relay to corticosteroid treatments. You can meet SILAB Softcare’s team on booth No.7 throughout the duration of the congress.

Please note on your calendar: 1 conference, 1 discussion and 4 posters

1 Podium presentation on microbiota

Staphylococcus epidermidis can exacerbate atopic dermatitis through the secretion of the cysteine protease EcpA

Saturday 21 September at 9h00 (Concurrent Sessions 5: Innate Immunity and Inflammation), presented by Laura Cau (SILAB Softcare, France).

Research work conducted in partnership with the American teams of the University of California San Diego (CA) and the University of Colorado Denver (CO), and also presented through the poster 400.

1 Poster walk on immune competence

A new 3D skin model containing autologous immune cells reconstructed by tissue engineering

Friday 20 September, 15h20-16h20 (Walk 17: Stem cells and Tissue engineering), presented by Carine Mainzer (SILAB Inc., United States)

Research work conducted in partnership with the Canadian teams of LOEX (Quebec), the Université Laval (Quebec) and CHU of Québec, and also presented through the poster 591.

2 Posters on vascularization and tissue engineering

Poster 644: Papillary and reticular fibroblasts generate specific microenvironment in vitro that impact their angiogenic profile

Research work conducted in partnership with the French teams of IGFL (Lyon) and Collège de France (Paris).

Poster 354: Development and characterization of a new in vitro 3D model that embraced acneic skin hallmarks

Research work conducted in the SILAB Softcare R&D department (Brive, France).

This congress is also an opportunity for SILAB to support dermatological research by sponsoring the poster prize of a young dermatologist.