Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 8 of 8 items for :

  • skin autofluorescence x
  • All content x
Clear All
Free access

Gemma Llauradó, Victòria Ceperuelo-Mallafré, Carme Vilardell, Rafael Simó, Pilar Gil, Albert Cano, Joan Vendrell, and José-Miguel González-Clemente

characterisation: pentosidine and N -carboxy-methyl-lysine (CML) are some examples of well-characterised AGEs. Interestingly, certain dermal AGEs exhibit autofluorescent properties and the measurement of skin autofluorescence has been proposed as a novel marker of

Free access

Mark O Huising, Lieke M van der Aa, Juriaan R Metz, Aurélia de Fátima Mazon, B M Lidy Verburg-van Kemenade, and Gert Flik

. Confocal laser scanning microscopy In a two-color immunofluorescence approach, interrenal cells were visualized either via their higher autofluorescence (in double staining with CRF) or(in double staining with CRF-BP) by staining for cortisol with

Free access

Janine Leckelt, Pedro Guimarães, Annett Kott, Alfredo Ruggeri, Oliver Stachs, and Simone Baltrusch

type of small nerves, thinly myelinated A-delta and non-myelinated C-fibers, as those present in skin. These corneal nerve fibers are regarded as a potential surrogate marker to represent the peripheral nerve status of patients with diabetes mellitus

Free access

Alberto Loizzo, Santi M Spampinato, Gabriele Campana, Stefano Vella, Andrea Fortuna, Loredana Costa, Anna Capasso, Palmiero Monteleone, Paolo Renzi, and Stefano Loizzo

metabolic dynamic changes ex vivo in our mice, through NAD(P)H auto-fluorescence postsynaptic signals. We expected that a chronic condition of hyperglycemia observed in our mice, which has a role in the pathophysiology of diabetes, could lead to brain

Free access

Nathalie Hinfray, Rafael Henrique Nóbrega, Morgane Caulier, Damien Baudiffier, Emmanuelle Maillot-Maréchal, Edith Chadili, Olivier Palluel, Jean-Marc Porcher, Rüdiger Schulz, and François Brion

. 2005 ). Cyp19 (P450 aromatase) has also been found in a wide variety of tissues in addition to gonads: placenta, bone, adipose tissue, blood vessels, skin, endometrium and brain (see review in Chumsri et al . (2011) ). In the different mammalian

Free access

Daniel Nyqvist, Göran Mattsson, Martin Köhler, Varda Lev-Ram, Arne Andersson, Per-Ola Carlsson, Astrid Nordin, Per-Olof Berggren, and Leif Jansson

and the skin together with the underlying muscle layer was removed from the abdominal side. Pictures of whole animal fluorescence were captured using a cooled CCD camera (Astrocam TE3/A/S with Site 502AB-1; PerkinElmer Life Sciences, Cambridge, Cambs

Free access

B Gálvez-Prieto, J Bolbrinker, P Stucchi, A I de las Heras, B Merino, S Arribas, M Ruiz-Gayo, M Huber, M Wehland, R Kreutz, and M S Fernandez-Alfonso

line of the microscope as adipocytes exhibited autofluorescence at his wavelength. Adipocytes were localized and of serial optical sections (1 μm thick) were captured from several areas with 20× oil objective for MAT and with 20× objective zoom 3 for

Free access

Marta Toral, Rosario Jimenez, Sebastián Montoro-Molina, Miguel Romero, Rosemary Wangensteen, Juan Duarte, and Félix Vargas

measurement of the fluorescence intensity (arbitrary units, AU) with a spectrofluorimeter (Fluorostart, BMG Lab technologies, Offenburg, Germany). The autofluorescence was subtracted from each value. In some experiments, L-NAME (100 μM) was added 15 min before