Precision PES-Derm has many important ingredients that all work together to create a healing environment for wounds. At Precision, our continued dedication to bring only the best and most cutting-edge products to the market drove us to find the combination of ingredients that would not just aid the “healing process,” but actually accelerate the rejuvenation of tissue at the cellular level. That’s when we were introduced to Transforming Growth Factor. Many distinguished medical researchers have referred to Transforming Growth Factor Beta in media interviews as being “essential for the production of collagen and elastin.” It is found in high-end anti-aging creams and has been used successfully on burn victims to regenerate skin growth!
When the Precision Team started researching the importance of Transforming B Factor, we knew we wanted it in our wound gel! Precision Joint Solution’s PES-Derm is the only animal wound gel to combine the ingredients of of Benzalkonium Chloride and Natural Egg Membrane. Transforming Growth Factor Beta is found in Natural Egg Membrane which is the source of collagen and elastin.
What is Transforming Growth Factor? According to Medicine.net, “Transforming growth factor: (TGF) One of several proteins secreted by transformed cells that can stimulate the growth of normal cells. Transforming growth factor alpha (TGF alpha or TGF-A) binds the epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) and stimulates the growth of endothelial cells (cells that line the inside of blood vessels). Transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta or TGF-B) is found in hematopoietic (blood-forming) tissue and initiates a signaling pathway that suppresses the early development of cancer cells.”
Growth factors are proteins that regulate cellular growth, proliferation and differentiation under controlled conditions. They play an important part in maintaining healthy skin structure and function.
Growth factors are secreted by all cell types that make up the epidermis (outer layer of skin) and dermis (the layer of skin between the epidermis and subcutaneous tissue) of the skin including keratinocytes, fibroblasts and melanocytes.
How do Transforming B Factors work? According to DermnetNZ.org, they work in the following ways:
See how Transforming Growth Factor Beta helped this young mare heal her wound in the matter of a month!
One month using PES-Derm