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Upregulation of DRG protein TMEM100 facilitates dry-skin-induced pruritus by enhancing TRPA1 channel function.

The transient receptor potential coding of itch sensory nerve signals is limited to two primary receptors for peripheral neural coding of itch sensory transmission, including histaminergic and nonhistaminergic itch. Transmembrane protein 100, which is physiologically linked to both TRPV1 and TRPA1 receptors, is present in the dorsal root ganglion, but the exact role of TMEM100 in itch sensor coding is uncertain. Specific elimination of TMEM100 protein in DRG may be the key facilitating factor for dry skin-related chronic itch, according to our findings, and a novel therapeutic approach for patients with dry skin-induced itch can be a novel treatment option for patients suffering from dry skin-induced itch.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3724/abbs.2022180


Behavioural osmoregulation during land invasion in fish: Prandial drinking and wetting of the dry skin.

In mammals, bursts of buccal food and drying have immediate results on postprandial hunger to avoid future systemic dehydration, and are, therefore, a 'anticipatory thirst. ' Immediately after terrestrial feeding, mudskippers migrated to water areas and displayed rolling movements with accompanying pectoral-fin movements, according to our findings on tidal flats. Without systemic dehydration, migration into a water area for drinking increased within a few minutes after eating onset in aquarium experiments.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0277968


Immediate Effects of Dry Needling on Central Pain Processing and Skin Conductance in Patients with Chronic Nonspecific Neck Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

No prior studies looked at the impact of dry needling on the central nervous system in this population, although new evidence supports the use of dry needling for improving some clinical outcomes in people with neck pain. Therefore, this clinical trial sought to evaluate the effects of real and sham dry needling on autonomic nervous system function, pain control, as well as clinical and psychological variables in patients with persistent nonspecific neck pain. Our results showed that dry needling, administered to patients with persistent nonspecific neck pain, resulted in a dramatic decrease in mechanical hyperaemia in local clinics and a rise in skin conductivity as compared to sham needling.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11226616


Loss-of-function mutations in CST6 cause dry skin, desquamation and abnormal keratosis without hypotrichosis.

CST6 has been implicated in epidermal differentiation and hair follicle formation by inhibiting the production of specific cognate target proteases, according to previous studies. However, studies have shown that the CST6 gene, whether we lose or gain-of-function, causes dry skin in humans with hypocholisis. In conclusion, the homozygous missense mutation c. 251G > A in CST6 gene resulted in dry skin, desquamation, and abnormal keratosis of the skin, as well as increased skin keratosis of the skin, improving our knowledge of the role of protease-antiprotease balance in human skin disorders.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1111/cge.14265


An Elastic and Damage-Tolerant Dry Epidermal Patch with Robust Skin Adhesion for Bioelectronic Interfacing.

For wearable healthcare monitoring, clinical care, and human-machine interactions, on-skin patches that record biopotential and biomechanical signals are highly recommended. To get wearing comfort and high-quality signals, patches with tissue-like smoothness, elastic recovery, damage tolerance, and a robust bioelectronic interface are highly sought but impossible to achieve. Here, we present a dry epidermal patch made from a supramolecular polymer and a percolation network for in situ transferred carbon nanotubes. Such SESA-based patches are soft and elastic within physiologically relevant strain limits, intrinsically mechanical-electric damage-resilient, and interference-immune in dynamic signal acquisition - all typical problem areas.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.2c07097


Relationship between dry skin and pressure injury in older patients: A multicentre cross-sectional survey in China.

Senior people with dry skin and pressure injuries have escalated to global health care problems. Patients with dry skin had more pressure ulcers than those without dry skin. Patients with very dry and persistent skin had more pressure injury risk and a greater chance of experiencing a stage 2+ pressure injury risk. 0. 9 and 0. 9, respectively, in the region under receiver operating characteristic curve of the predictive models of overall pressure injuries and stage 2+ pressure injuries.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1111/iwj.13993


Relationships of pain-causing substances with dry skin and effects of zaltoprofen on alleviation of symptoms in arthritis model mice.

However, the exact mechanisms by which dry skin is promoted in RA are uncertain. Overall, these results showed that patients with RA may benefit from biopharmacy to relieve joint pain and skin inflammation in ZLT-treated arthritis model mice, which were not affected by changes in plasma levels of corticosterone or reactive oxygen species or skin levels of glucocorticoid receptor.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/15569527.2022.2127749


Role of basal sweating in maintaining skin hydration in the finger: A long-standing paradox in dry skin resolved.

Skin dehydration in the fingers can be triggered by repeated water exposure, despite the fact that water helps hydrate skin tissue. Here, we investigated whether there might be glabrous skin-specific water-holding equipment and whether this machinery could be impaired in dry skin/hand eczema. Unlike in hairy skin, sweat pores were seldom discerned at the finger folds at baseline. Sweating in the dermal folds of the hands correlated with skin hydration and reduced in dry skin/hand eczema, indicating that its impairment could be one of the skin's dry skin causes. Patients with dry skin/hand eczema as well as HCs were dissatisfied after repeated water exposure, basal sweating at the folds was muzzled. Basal sweating deficiencies would be a point of attack for dry skin/hand eczema. The best preventive steps in preventing dry skin/hand eczema prevention is keeping basal sweating responses in the finger.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1111/exd.14668

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