Discover the innovative metaproteomic approach that Phylogene develops to answer your need of claim substantiation. Skinobs is glad to offer this webinar with Phylogene presenting innovative perspectives to evaluate the effects on the skin microbiota disorders.
- Time: 15:00 pm – 16:00 pm [CET]
- Duration : 20 minutes and 15 minutes Questions and Answers session
- Location: virtual conference. Please send an email to Ophélie at email@example.com
In this webinar “How to Quantify the Effect on Skin of Microbiota Disorder with the Metaproteomic Approach?“ Mr Romuald Arnaud will present the metaproteomic approach to investigate the effect of actives and dermocosmetics on the skin microbiota. Among other things, the following topics will be discussed.
- The contribution of next generation sequencing with associated bioinformatics
- The functional role of skin associated with the microbiota
- The innovative pipeline for skin related disorders
- The functional interactions between host/microbiota in an atopic dermatitis
Skin is the largest organ to repel attacks from external agents and functioning as both a physical and immunological barrier, performing a wide range of innate and adaptive immune functions. Its glandular nature and bacteria rich composition is making it prone to inflammation and infections.
Until now usage of high throughput next generation sequencing with associated bioinformatics has paved the way for a better understanding of skin–related disorders, the functional role of skin associated microbiota remains however poorly explored and documented.
Phylogene, pioneering in metaproteomic approaches for microbiota functions in healthcare, developed an innovative pipeline for skin related disorders.
During this webinar a metaproteomic analysis to unravel functional interactions between host / microbiota in an atopic dermatitis context will be presented.
Omics with associated bioinformatics are the latest technologies to fill the gap in host / microbiome studies and are invaluable tools to uncover mechanisms of action underlying the pathophysiology of skin–related
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