A*STAR Skin Research Labs (A*SRL)
Researchers discover a protein-cutting enzyme that may be responsible for inflammatory skin conditions triggered by yeast species.
A new portable diagnostic technology promises unparalleled speed, accuracy and clinical utility for ovarian cancer diagnoses.
A new approach combines surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy with advanced computer analysis to accurately and rapidly detect lung cancer by analysing fluid around the lungs.
A non-invasive diagnostic method that uses light and sound can help clinicians assess and track patients with a chronic inflammatory skin condition.
Researchers discover key differences in the skin’s natural flora between healthy adults and those with genetic dry skin diseases.
Researchers discover that circadian rhythms control immune responses and may affect how our skin’s immune system responds to allergies.
New insights into the age-associated changes affecting macrophages offer promising avenues for the treatment of chronic wounds.
A new 3D-printed microneedle array could prove a more effective, less invasive diagnostic tool to extract disease-causing fungi from deep skin layers.
Scientists discover how a gene expressed in hair follicle cells controls hair pigmentation, creating new opportunities for future skin cancer therapeutics.
Electrospun scaffolds mirror the structural architecture of the skin’s dermis, creating a foundation to promote healing in chronic wounds.
By analysing heart cells, a new machine learning algorithm could help predict arrhythmia risk before symptoms appear.