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Stem Cell-Mediated Angiogenesis in Skin TissueStaphylococcus aureus skin colonization promotes SLE-like autoimmune inflammation via neutrophil activation and the IL-23/IL-17 axis Engineering and Wound Healing

A new Science Immunology study in mice finds that colonization with S. aureus on the skin worsens systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) by affecting neutrophil behavior.

"Science Immunology" - 28 Oct 2022

Stem Cell-Mediated Angiogenesis in Skin Tissue Engineering and Wound Healing

Certain conditions (e.g., hypoxic environments) has been known to boost the pro-angiogenic capability of stem cells. For skin tissue engineering and regenerative medicine applications, pro-angiogenic stem cells has shown promise for accelerating healing of acute and chronic skin wounds.

"Wiley-Wound Repair and Regeneration" - 31 May 2022

Singapore Business Awards 2022: Most Innovative Biological Materials Developer

Kent Ridge Laboratories has bagged the Singapore Business Award 2022 for “Most Innovative Biological Materials Developer”, a recognition of its success in R&D of skin regeneration biological materials and cosmeceutical ingredients.

"APAC Insider" - 24 Feb 2022


EGFR-mediated epidermal stem cell motility drives skin regeneration through COL17A1 proteolysis

Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) have found that the ability of skin stem cells to heal wounds is linked with their ability to move towards the injury. Their study identified the signalling pathway of EGFR and COL17A1 as a key player in the regulation of motility. Understanding mechanisms that underlie the age-associated reduction in regenerative capacity is the first step to develop targeted treatments for age-associated chronic nonhealing disorders, such as diabetic ulcers.

"Journal of Cell Biology" - 22 September 2021

Beauty Insider 2021 Awards: Best Skincare, Best Serum, Best Newcomer 2021, Best Skincare, Best Anti-ageing, Beauty Insiders’ Choice

Congratulations to Laudrés, our cosmeceutical brand, for clinching several awards with the much coveted Beauty Insider Singapore! Laudrés Gene Tonic Dual Serums have emerged from over 700+ products belonging to local and international brands.

"Beauty Insider Singapore" - 23 June 2021

Advanced Wound Care with Tissue-Engineered Skin Substitutes

There are several strategies to the use of different human cell populations for skin substitute by Tissue-Engineering. What are the potential ones and what does the future hold for hard to heal wounds?


"Nature - Regenerative Medicine" - 17 June 2021

Regenerative Medicine Gaining Popularity

Regenerative medicine is still in its infancy, but patient demand and ease of use are growing its popularity among dermatologists. However, regulatory issues raise concerns.

"Dermatology Times" - 4 May 2021

3D cell sheet structure augments mesenchymal stem cell cytokine production

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) secrete paracrine factors that play crucial roles during tissue regeneration. An increasing body of evidence suggests that this paracrine function is enhanced by MSC cultivation in three-dimensional (3D) tissue-like microenvironments.

"Nature Scientific Reports" - 14 April 2021

Skin Health Takes Center Stage in Post-Pandemic Market

Will the rise of wellness and self-care help the skin care sector rebound in 2021?

"Happi" - 5 April 2021

How Doctor-Formulated Skincare Brands Are Disrupting The $130 Billion Dollar Beauty Industry

Over the past few years, thanks to more informed consumers, social media, and a buyers’ wanting the most value from their products—doctor-formulated brands have become one of the most popular segments of the market.

"Forbes" - 1 March 2021


The MSC: Regeneration Orchestrator

Scientists uncover the promise of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), also known as medicinal signaling cells, to modulate the immune system and regenerate tissue.

"The Scientist" - 16 Nov 2020

Key Factor in Skin (and Hair) Regeneration

Baby-like skin again? A newly identified genetic factor in developing fibroblasts allows adult skin to self-repair, much like the skin of a newborn baby. The discovery by Washington State University researchers has implications for better skin wound treatment, as well as supporting hair follicle formation and preventing some of the aging processes in skin.

"eLife Sciences Publications: Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine" - 29 Sep 2020


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