Reprogram the cells to hold back the years

Reprogram the cells to hold back the years

09 Nov 2016, 10:30 - 11:00

Innovation Seminar Theatre


The regenerative capacity of skin gets reduced with age, resulting in thinness and increased fragility. The ability of the epidermis to renew itself resides on stem and progenitor cells of the basal layer. These are controlled by specific transcription factors that are regulated at the epigenetic level. Based on these mechanisms, the last development of Lipotec targets cell reprogramming: the regenerative potential of the skin is reactivated which can contribute to achieve a more radiant and rejuvenated look.


  • Dr. Cristina Carreño


    Global New Business Development Director, Active Ingredients


    PhD in Organic Chemistry (University of Barcelona, 1997), specializing in both peptide and combinatorial chemistry. After nine years in charge of the...

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