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Home Archive 2020 № 5 RETINOIDS IN DERMATOLOGY:FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY AND PROSPECTS OF SYNTHETIC ANALOGUES V. B. KOVTUN, O. G. SIDORENKO, M. D. KHOMIAKOVA, I. A. LEVANDOVSKIY
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Biotechnologia Acta V. 13, No 5, 2020
Р. 32-41, Bibliography 33, English
Universal Decimal Classification: 615.275.4+615.277.3+615.276+615.262.1
https://doi.org/10.15407/biotech13.05.032

RETINOIDS IN DERMATOLOGY:FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY AND PROSPECTS OF SYNTHETIC ANALOGUES

V. B. Kovtun1, O. G. Sidorenko2, M. D. Khomiakova3, I. A. Levandovskiy1

1National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”
2LLC “PHARMA INTERNATIONAL GROUP 2”, Kyiv, Ukraine
3Gimnasium “Akademiia”, Kyiv, Ukraine

The aim of the work was to analyze and summarize information on the functional activity of known retinoids, as well as to determine the directions of their modification and prospects for the use of their synthetic analogues in dermatology.

The literature on retinoids metabolism stages in the human body, the mechanisms of their action and the properties that determine their use in various medical fields was considered and analyzed. Information on dermatological diseases treatment with natural retinoids and their synthetic analogues was summarized.

The modern classification of retinoids based on the peculiarities of their chemical structure and functional activity is given, the relationship between these characteristics and the direction of use of such drugs in dermatology and cosmetology is shown.

Prospects for the practical application of synthetic retinoids represented mainly by polyaromatic compounds are due to their higher stability and efficiency, as well as reduced irritant effect due to selectivity for nuclear receptors.

Key words: retinoids, synthetic analogues of retinoids, mechanisms of biological activity, nuclear receptors of retinoids, dermatology.

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