retinoid


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retinoid

[′ret·ən‚ȯid]
(biochemistry)
The set of molecules composing vitamin A and its synthetic analogs, such as retinal or retinyl acetate.
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Systemic antibiotic therapy should generally be used with concurrent topical retinoids, and followed by topical maintenance therapy after discontinuation.
The retinoid gel is such a game changer for acne sufferers like me.
For these patients, gynecologists could consider prescribing a topical retinoid or antibiotic medication in conjunction with a new progestin-based LARC method.
Some other retinoid drugs have been shown to cause birth defects.
The ingredients are naturally sourced and include vitamin A and retinoid Analogue to diminish fine lines, imperfections and age spots.
For instance, oral retinoid agents are considered as the appropriate treatment for severe acne.
With hormonal flares, "the best maintenance is a topical retinoid paired with either an oral contraceptive pill or spironolactone.
Granactive Retinoid is unique in that it processes innate retinoic activity, binding directly with retinoid receptors without the need for metabolic breakdown to more biologically active forms, said the company.
Also, start slowly with a low retinoid concentration, using it every second or third night.
You can get your hands on milder forms of retinoid in over-thecounter retinol creams.
Their blindness was caused by either mutations in the genes RPE65 or LRAT, leading to a serious defect in the retinoid cycle.
We also describe the novel structure of the human 40 kD keratin, a member of the keratin family that is retinoid responsive and is likely to be important during epidermal development.

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