Pigmentation models and in vitro assays
Pigmentation model is based on human iPSC-derived melanocytes. Identify active ingredients among hundreds on our innovative high-throughput assays. Validate or study mechanism of action with dedicated bioassays.
Overall Protocol for Pro/Depigmentation claims
Using High-Throughput Flow Cytometry
- Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition that occur in people usually due to an unhealthy or higher production of a pigment called melanin, produced by melanocytes.
- Hypopigmentation refers to a loss of melanin production related to genetic condition (albinism, vitiligo, atopic dermatitis) or injury (burns).
- Voluntary modification of skin pigmentation can be cultural.
Tags: albinism, atopic dermatitis, cell proliferation, Dermo-cosmetic, high-throughput assays, Inflammation, iPSC, melanin, melanocytes, melanogenesis, oxidative stress, pigmentation, vitiligo