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Lactic acid applications in pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical industries

@article{Alsaheb2015LacticAA,
  title={Lactic acid applications in pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical industries},
  author={Ramzi Ata Abd Alsaheb and Azzam Aladdin and Nor Zalina Othman and Roslinda Abd Malek and Ong Mei Leng and Ramlan Abdul Aziz and Hesham Ali El Enshasy},
  journal={Journal of chemical and pharmaceutical research},
  year={2015},
  volume={7}
}
Lactic acid is low molecular weight organic acid wh ich produced mainly by fermentation using lactic ac id bacteria or synthetically. For many years this acid is used in many food and chemical industries with wide rang e of applications. Nowadays, lactic acid is also used in pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries based on it s functional properties as. This alpha hydroxyl acid plays also several and major roles in many biochemical pathway s. In addition, in recent years more attention was given… 

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