Therapeutic use of Fisetin and Fisetin Loaded on Mesoporous Carbon Nanoparticle (MCN) in Thioglycollate-induced Peritonitis

  title={Therapeutic use of Fisetin and Fisetin Loaded on Mesoporous Carbon Nanoparticle (MCN) in Thioglycollate-induced Peritonitis},
  author={Shinjini Mitra and Silpak Biswas and Aryabaran Sinha and Nikhil R. Jana and Ena Ray Banerjee},
  journal={Journal of Nanomedicine \& Nanotechnology},
Background: The pathophysiology of aseptic peritonitis involves inflammation of the serosal membrane that lines the abdominal cavity and the organs contained therein. The etiology of peritonitis is complicated and is involved in various processes, of which, the most important one is the inflammatory reaction. During the pathological process of peritonitis, NF-κB plays an activating role in the inflammatory reaction, which might be a potential therapeutic target in the therapy of certain… Expand
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