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“…The findings also demonstrate that odorant molecules, like 3M2H, are still able to reach the skin's surface. Preti and Leyden (2010) noted that research groups examining the influence of ABCC11 had failed to consider the influence of the lipocalin-type proteins, namely apocrine apolipoprotein D (ApoD) (Spielman et al 1998; Zeng et al 1996a). Quantitative measures of this protein in both axillary and apocrine secretions demonstrate that it is present in Asian populations, albeit at significantly lower concentrations than in Caucasians or African-Americans (Jacoby et al 2004).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The findings also demonstrate that odorant molecules, like 3M2H, are still able to reach the skin's surface. Preti and Leyden (2010) noted that research groups examining the influence of ABCC11 had failed to consider the influence of the lipocalin-type proteins, namely apocrine apolipoprotein D (ApoD) (Spielman et al 1998; Zeng et al 1996a). Quantitative measures of this protein in both axillary and apocrine secretions demonstrate that it is present in Asian populations, albeit at significantly lower concentrations than in Caucasians or African-Americans (Jacoby et al 2004).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Apocrine secretion collections were made possible by injecting epinephrine, as we have reported previously. [10,32] The secretions were collected into 10 µl pipettes and were placed in individual 0.2 ml conical-shaped vials that had been pre-cooled to 0 °C. Each donor's secretions were individually stored at -10 °C until used as described below.…”
Section: Collection Of Apocrine Secretionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The characteristic axillary odor is formed from the interaction of odorless (water-soluble) precursor molecules found in apocrine secretion with the cutaneous axillary microorganisms (Labows et al, 1982;Zeng et al, 1992). In addition, it has been demonstrated that the 3M2H is carried to the skin surface bound to two proteins that have been designated apocrine secretion odor-binding proteins: ASOB1, apparent molecular weight 45 kDa, and ASOB2, apparent molecular weight 26 kDa (Spielman et al, 1995(Spielman et al, , 1998. The polypeptide chain of ASOB2 is identical to apolipoprotein D (ApoD), a known member of the lipocalin proteins.…”
Section: Source and Signal: Axillary Chemistry And Pheromone Creationmentioning
confidence: 99%