Antimelanogenic effects of luteolin 7‐sulfate isolated from Phyllospadix iwatensis Makino

@article{Kwak2016AntimelanogenicEO,
  title={Antimelanogenic effects of luteolin 7‐sulfate isolated from Phyllospadix iwatensis Makino},
  author={Ju Young Kwak and Jin Kyung Seok and Hong Jin Suh and Y.-H. Choi and seo soo hong and D.-S. Kim and Yong Chool Boo},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2016},
  volume={175}
}
Abnormal deposition of melanin may cause an aesthetic skin problem; therefore, the control of unwanted excessive melanin synthesis is the major goal of cosmetic research. 
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