Probiotic Action Responds to New Research on Regulating Skin Cells

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New research reported by Medical News Today claims that researchers now better understand skin differentiation. Acne treatment Probiotic Action reacts to the findings.

On December 18, Probiotic Action issued a reaction to a Medical News Today article regarding new research that was conducted on the regulation of skin cells.

According to an article from Medical News Today, “the production, or differentiation, of [skin] tissue requires an immense amount of coordination at the cellular level, and glitches in the process can have disastrous consequences. Now, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a master regulator of this differentiation process.”

The article went on to say that about half of all American will at one point in their life be affected by epidermal differentiation disorders, including eczema and skin cancer. But with this new research, scientists now understand how skin differentiation works. The implications of this research have the possibility of not only developing treatments for skin diseases, but also effecting stem cell research.

The research was conducted by Paul Khavari, MD, PhD. According to the article, “a newly identified molecule called Terminal differentiation Induced Non-Coding RNA (TINCR) is required to direct precursor cells down pathways toward particular developmental fates. It does so by binding to and stabilizing differentiation-specific genetic messages called messenger RNAs.” Blocking TINCR activity has stopped the differentiation of epidermal cells, the research has found.

They have also found that the main coordinator of these cells is not a protein, which was previously thought to be the “primary movers and shakers in a cell.” Scientists are now re-thinking this view, and believe that regulatory molecules called long, non-coding RNAs are the primary influence in the regulatory system.

Fernando Perez of Probiotic Action reacted to this new research. “The discovery of this master regulator of skin cells can have a huge impact on the way we develop new skin treatments. Not only for acne cream and moisturizers, but for more serious conditions like skin cancer,” Perez stated.

Probiotic Action is an advanced acne treatment that uses a topical probiotic containing the “good bacteria” that is naturally found on healthy human skin. By using probiotics, Probiotic Action is an effective treatment that restores the normal bacteria content on skin. Probiotic Action will successfully clear skin while protecting skin against bad bacteria, free radicals, and pollutants.


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