This year Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology who won it Drs Julius and Patbutian, responsible for discovering the structure and function of cellular sensors for leather. But how do these discoveries apply to improving the health of the general population?
A Spanish research group is at the forefront of the world in studying diseases that are involved in the different pain receptors (the nerve endings of the nervous system in the skin responsible for pain and itching) found in the skin, the mechanisms that activate them and how to act on them to calm them, a line of research that comes straight from Julius discoveries The Pataputian.
This group works in vote (Institute for Research, Development and Innovation in Health Biotechnology of the Miguel Hernandez University of Elche). IDIBE’s goal is to go beyond basic research and make its benefits applicable to those with atopic dermatitis, sensitive skin, rosacea, and other skin conditions.
To make sure their discoveries and their lab-developed molecules can be applied in health neuroscientific formulations, they created thriving biotechnology, and it revolves around it according to General Manager Marta Garcia “It offers products that, for the first time, act on changes in the nerve endings of pain receptors rather than on symptoms, providing long-lasting relief for sensitive and atopic skin.”
The first research-based products are now available in drugstores and on the . website Prospera Biotechnologymy son Nocisens s Nocisens Intense, two creams made with moisturizing and nourishing ingredients for the skin that are free from aggressive agents (like most conventional creams), but also include molecules developed by IDIBE that act directly on the nerve endings responsible for itching, itching and pain, restoring their balance and thus ending the discomfort.
Another product available based on the same principles is Nocisens BabyDesigned specifically for diaper rash in babies, the immaturity of their immune systems and the constant exposure of their nerve endings to a new environment make them particularly sensitive in areas of contact with diapers or clothing.
response to skin diseases
One of Prospira Biotech’s goals is to provide a response to many dermatological conditions in which the sensory nervous system is involved, which is why it plans to offer this year specific formulations for gynecological dermatology, anal area sensitivity, and for overload effects. Sweating is, perhaps most avant-garde, to calm the sensory discomfort in the skin that affects cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
In dermatitis, in addition to the nervous system, the immune system is involved, which is the cause of the redness, inflammation or erythema that these diseases cause. Since both systems are linked, it has been shown that on many occasions, by restoring the balance of the nervous system, it is also possible to rebalance the immune system, achieving a marked improvement in the quality of life of people with atopic dermatitis, sensitive skin, rosacea and even some types of psoriasis, Diseases that affect more than 50% of the population and that can seriously affect the quality of life of those who suffer from them.
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