Expanding Our Understanding of Human Skin Aging JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE DERMATOLOGY Chang, A. S. 2016; 136 (5): 897–99


Two very different studies expand our understanding of human skin aging. In the first study, Hüls et al. show an association between nitrogen dioxide levels in outdoor air and number of lentigines on the cheek. In the second study, Bowman and Birch-Machin show that mitochondrial complex II activity in human skin fibroblasts decreases with age.

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