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Moisturizing Effect of Jellyfish Collagen Extract
Kim, Dong Wook; Baek, Tae Seon; Kim, Yun Jeong; Choi, Sung Kyu; Lee, Dae Woo;
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 Abstract
In this study, we investigated the moisturizing effects of collagen extract from jellyfish. The mositurizing effects were measured by the caspase 14 expression, filaggrin, hyaluronan synthase-3 (HAS-3), aquaporin-3 (AQP-3) and desmocollin (DSC). As a results, effect of caspase 14 mRNA expression of collagen extract are similar to that of retinoic acid (RA) which is a reference control. And the collagen extract showed inhibitory of filaggrin, HAS-3, AQP-3 and DSC mRNA expression of 211.7%, 139.9%, 212.5% and 116.8% respectively, at the concentration of 2%. Therefore, our study suggested that jellyfish collagen extract has considerable potential as a cosmetics ingredient with moisturizing effect.
 Keywords
Nemopilema nomurai;collagen;moisturizing;jellyfish;cosmetics;
 Language
Korean
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