His primary areas of study are Melanin, Tyrosinase, Melanosome, Melanocyte and Biochemistry. His Melanin study combines topics in areas such as DNA damage, Dermatology, Gene, Cell biology and Human skin. Particularly relevant to Dopachrome tautomerase is his body of work in Tyrosinase.
His Melanosome study incorporates themes from Coated vesicle, Endoplasmic reticulum, Function and TYRP1. The concepts of his Melanocyte study are interwoven with issues in Endocrinology, Melanocortin 1 receptor, Molecular biology, Internal medicine and Epidermis. His work in Biochemistry addresses issues such as Cell culture, which are connected to fields such as Melanocyte-stimulating hormone.
Vincent J. Hearing focuses on Melanin, Tyrosinase, Biochemistry, Cell biology and Melanocyte. Vincent J. Hearing works in the field of Melanin, focusing on Melanosome in particular. The various areas that Vincent J. Hearing examines in his Tyrosinase study include Endoplasmic reticulum, Molecular biology, In vitro and Oculocutaneous albinism.
His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Melanoma and Antigen. His Cell biology research incorporates themes from Genetics and Anatomy. Vincent J. Hearing works mostly in the field of Melanocyte, limiting it down to topics relating to Internal medicine and, in certain cases, Melanocortin 1 receptor, as a part of the same area of interest.
Melanin, Cell biology, Human skin, Melanocyte and Melanosome are his primary areas of study. His Melanin research includes elements of Molecular biology, Tyrosinase, Botany and Hyperpigmentation. Tyrosinase is a subfield of Biochemistry that he investigates.
His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like Gene expression, Melanocortin 1 receptor, Anatomy, Receptor and Melanoma. His work carried out in the field of Melanocyte brings together such families of science as Endocrinology, Pathology, Internal medicine, Microphthalmia-associated transcription factor and Epidermis. In his work, Proteomics is strongly intertwined with Organelle, which is a subfield of Melanosome.
Vincent J. Hearing mainly focuses on Cell biology, Melanin, Melanosome, Human skin and Melanocyte. His Cell biology research incorporates elements of Gene expression, Cellular differentiation, Anatomy and Hyperpigmentation. Vincent J. Hearing has included themes like Ubiquitin, Dermatology, Golgi apparatus and Tyrosinase, Microphthalmia-associated transcription factor in his Melanin study.
Tyrosinase is a subfield of Enzyme that he studies. Melanosome is a subfield of Biochemistry that Vincent J. Hearing explores. His work deals with themes such as Wnt signaling pathway, DKK1, Transcription factor, Molecular biology and Epidermis, which intersect with Melanocyte.
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The Protective Role of Melanin Against UV Damage in Human Skin
Michaela Brenner;Vincent J. Hearing.
Photochemistry and Photobiology (2008)
Enzymatic control of pigmentation in mammals.
Vincent J. Hearing;Katsuhiko Tsukamoto.
The FASEB Journal (1991)
Human skin pigmentation: melanocytes modulate skin color in response to stress
Gertrude-E. Costin;Vincent J. Hearing.
The FASEB Journal (2007)
A second tyrosinase-related protein, TRP-2, is a melanogenic enzyme termed DOPAchrome tautomerase.
Katsuhiko Tsukamoto;Ian Jackson;Kazunori Urabe;Paul M Montague.
The EMBO Journal (1992)
Tyrosinase related protein 1 (TRP1) functions as a DHICA oxidase in melanin biosynthesis.
T. Kobayashi;K. Urabe;A. Winder;C. Jiménez-Cervantes.
The EMBO Journal (1994)
Mammalian tyrosinase--the critical regulatory control point in melanocyte pigmentation.
Vincent J. Hearing;Mercedes Jiménez.
International Journal of Biochemistry (1987)
The regulation of skin pigmentation.
Yuji Yamaguchi;Michaela Brenner;Vincent J. Hearing.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2007)
Physiological factors that regulate skin pigmentation.
Yuji Yamaguchi;Vincent J. Hearing.
Inhibitors of mammalian melanocyte tyrosinase: in vitro comparisons of alkyl esters of gentisic acid with other putative inhibitors
Ernest V Curto;Cecil Kwong;Heino Hermersdörfer;Hansruedi Glatt.
Biochemical Pharmacology (1999)
Approaches to Identify Inhibitors of Melanin Biosynthesis via the Quality Control of Tyrosinase
Hideya Ando;Hirofumi Kondoh;Masamitsu Ichihashi;Vincent J Hearing.
Journal of Investigative Dermatology (2007)
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