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Evaluation of in vitro antimicrobial activity of Thai basil oils and their micro‐emulsion formulas against Propionibacterium acnes
Findings indicate the possibility to use Thai sweet and holy basil oil in suitable formulations for acne skin care, and the thickened formulations tended to give a lower activity against P. acnes than the non‐thickened formulations.
Effect of Haloperidol on mPer1 Gene Expression in Mouse Suprachiasmatic Nuclei*
The results suggest that the rhythmicity of clock genes in SCN may be disturbed depending on the dosing time of Hal, and that Hal may increase CREB phosphorylation and mPer1 expression according to the activation of the NMDA receptor through the dopaminergic pathways.
Effects of the blended fibroin/aloe gel film on wound healing in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
In streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats, the wounds dressed with the blended film were smaller by day 7 after wounding, compared to untreated diabetic wounds and such accelerated wound healing by the blended fibroin/aloe gel films may find application in treatment of diabetic non-healing skin ulcers.
Dosing time-dependent tolerance of catalepsy by repetitive administration of haloperidol in mice.
The findings demonstrate the importance of dosing time on the susceptibility to extrapyramidal effects and the relation of administration time to D(2) receptor change and tolerance.
Formulation and development of a patch containing tamarind fruit extract by using the blended chitosan-starch as a rate-controlling matrix.
A cosmetic patch containing tamarind fruit extract was formulated and developed by blending two types of natural polymers: chitosan with molecular weight of 100 000 and starch such as corn, potato or tapioca starch to provide patches with favourable physical characteristics, high water sorption, good bioadhesion ability and good stability.
Development of chitosan‐coated liposomes for sustained delivery of tamarind fruit pulp’s extract to the skin
The developed chitosan‐coated liposomes system could enhance the potential of tamarind’s AHAs on the stimulation of human keratinocyte proliferation being two‐fold higher than the solution of theTamarind extract.