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Identification of miRNA-22-5p and miRNA-199a-5p as epigenetic targets to fight against environmental skin aging

 Wednesday 11 September 2019

The understanding of epigenetics mechanisms underlying transcriptomic modulations during skin stress has become a major priority for dermo-cosmetics research. In this context, SILAB aimed to study and correlate modulations in the miRNA profile (miRNome) with modifications of the mRNA profile (transcriptome) in human fibroblasts submitted to repetitive doses of solar simulated radiations (SSR) to induce irradiation-induced stress phenotype. SILAB performed an original screen of irradiation-regulated miRNAs in human fibroblasts that allowed the identification of two new miRNA-mRNA interactions mediating irradiation-induced stress.

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A conference on epigenetics at the Center for Dermal Research

 Friday 06 September 2019

In the context of the seminar "Innovations in Dermatological Sciences" organized by the CDR (Center for Dermal Research) located in the heart of the American University of Rutgers (New Jersey), Carine Mainzer (scientific support at SILAB Inc., NJ) will give a conference on the epigenetics entitled "Epigenetics, your ally to deliver important messages to the skin".

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1 conference, 1 poster SILAB at the SFBMEc

 Monday 13 May 2019

On the occasion of the 26th national congress of the Société Française de Biologie de la Matrice Extracellulaire (SFBMEc) which takes place on 15-17 May in Reims, SILAB company introduces:

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SILAB’s IBPN technology® at ISGC congress and at PolyNat fair

 Sunday 12 May 2019

The 5th edition of the ISGC (International Symposium on Green Chemistry) takes place on May 13-17, 2019 in La Rochelle.

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A conference on autophagy at the Center for Dermal Research

 Wednesday 27 February 2019

Strategically located at the center of the Rutgers University (New Jersey) and in collaboration with industrial stakeholders from the dermo-cosmetics field, the Center for Dermal Research (CDR) organizes every month seminars intended to share new knowledge related to the skin.

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