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Ein Forscher träufelt aus einer kleinen Pipette eine Flüssigkeit in ein Reagenzglas. Mehrere Reagenzgläser und ein Erlenmeyerkolben vorn rechts sind mit einer hellblauen, klaren Flüssigkeit gefüllt. Kopf und Schultern des Forschers sind nur unscharf im Hintergrund zu erkennen.



Development of a method for the investigation of pollution and the effect of anti-pollution products

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Within the scope of the joint project, a reproducible and effective ESR measurement method for investigating the effects of air pollutants (pollution) and anti-pollution products is to be established for studies on excised skin and in vivo, which will allow the hazard potential of pollution in the skin to be estimated and the mode of action of protective products to be assessed. The final goal is to support the development of anti-pollution products adapted to different environmental exposures. In addition, prevention strategies are to be demonstrated, which are to be applied in particular for vulnerable persons (patients, persons with occupational exposure). The applicant is a consortium of an SME, Gematria-Test-Lab GmbH and a research institution, Skin Physiology, Department of Dermatology, Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin, both of which have many years of experience in the field of radical measurement, the determination of oxidative stress in the skin and the testing of products. This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE).

Duration: 04/2020 - 08/2022

Funded by: Investitionsbank Berlin


Prof. Dr. Martina Meinke

Chemist and Medical Physicist, Head of the CCPCharité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin, Germany

Campus / internal address:Luisenstraße 2

CCM, Luisenstraße 2

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