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The Effect of Collagen Peptide Intake on UVB-induced Skin Damage in Hairless mice
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The Effect of Collagen Peptide Intake on UVB-induced Skin Damage in Hairless mice
Shin, Hyun-Jun; Park, Jong il; Kwon, Chang-Ju; Kim, Hwa young; Inoue, Naoki; Koizumi, Seiko; Hwang, Jae Sung;
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This study examined the effects of collagen peptide intake extracted from the tilapia fish (TFCP) on UVB-induced skin in hairless mice. To cause photoaging, the hairless mice were exposed to UVB irradiation three times a week and TFCP was administered with 545 and 1090 mg/kg once a day for 12 weeks. The level of wrinkle formation, thickness of the skin, acute erythema, skin hydration, amount of hydroxyproline, expression of MMPs and filaggrin were measured. Wrinkle formation, thickness of the skin, and acute erythema were significantly lower and skin hydration was higher in the TFCP intake group compared to the UVB-control mice group. In addition, the amount of the collagen and hydroxyproline of the collagen peptide intake group were much higher than the UVB-control group. Oral administration of TFCP inhibited the expression of the MMP-3 and MMP-13 mRNA level as well as activated MMP-2 and MMP-9 induced by UV irradiation, and increased the protein expression of filaggrin in hairless mice skin. In summary, the oral administration of TFCP can inhibit wrinkle formation and protect the skin from UV-damage. Therefore, this study suggests that TFCP is a potential candidate material for skin functional foods.
Collagen;TFCP;Matrix metalloproteinase;Skin hydration;Wrinkle;
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