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Regenerative properties of aloe vera juice on human keratinocyte cell culture.

@article{Tudose2009RegenerativePO,
  title={Regenerative properties of aloe vera juice on human keratinocyte cell culture.},
  author={Andra Tudose and Christian Celia and Margherita Vono and Roberto Molinaro and Donatella Paolino and Salvatore Venuta and Viale S. Venuta and Carol Davila},
  journal={Farmacia},
  year={2009},
  volume={57},
  pages={590-597}
}
Aloe Vera, a medicinal plant widely used in food supplements, beverages, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, was used as an effective natural remedy for its healing properties and positive influence in different inflammatory skin disorders. In particular, regenerative properties of Aloe Vera juice are investigated on human keratinocyte cells that are used as an in vitro skin model system. The therapeutic efficacy of the plant extract was evaluated using trypan blue assay and the counting cell… Expand
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