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Skin’s protective chains uncovered

The skin’s top layer is an impressive and diverse set of molecules called ceramides with varying chain lengths that play a vital role in its barrier function.

Ceramides are a type of lipid that protect the skin from outside elements and help regulate water retention. They can be found in abundance throughout our top layer, called “the stratum corneum.” Ceramic compounds keep pathogenic microbes at bay as well as allergens that would otherwise cause damage to your body’s cells if they were allowed access! mutations within these genes lead to many different types of diseases including eczema or psoriasis.

The results of this research could improve understanding of skin diseases like psoriasis and dermatitis, as it has revealed the full range of ceramides found in the human top layer. The Journal Of Lipid Research published findings by Hokkaido University scientists who conducted an analytical approach to better understand how these important molecules function within our bodies

Scientists have been struggling to fully map out the types of ceramides present in our skin. This is because they’re often mixed together and it’s hard for scientists who want to access them all, not just one or two at a time! New technology could change everything though – this approach will be sensitive enough that we’ll finally get an answer on what these important molecules do inside you when moisturized.

Taking a novel approach to solving an old problem, Professor Akio Kihara and fellow biochemists at Hokkaido University in Japan developed methods that allow researchers for the first time ever to monitor chromatography reactions with mass spectrometry.
Maintaining strict quality standards while still achieving high concentrations of desirable compounds has been challenging until now; but not anymore.

By analyzing the proteins that these lipids are bound to, researchers were able to identify 1 327 different unbound ceramides and another 254 which have been linked with fat tissue. They also gained insight into some of their basic makeup such as lengthiness in base units called long-chain bases or types associated with fatty acids.

Serine palmitoyl transferase is an important enzyme in the production of stratum corneum ceramides. The final version talks more about this fascinating discovery and how it could be relevant to your skin health.

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