Use of caryophyllene oxide as an antifungal agent in an in vitro experimental model of onychomycosis

@article{Yang2004UseOC,
  title={Use of caryophyllene oxide as an antifungal agent in an in vitro experimental model of onychomycosis},
  author={Depo Yang and L. Michel and J. Chaumont and J. Millet-Clerc},
  journal={Mycopathologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={148},
  pages={79-82}
}
Caryophyllene oxide, an oxygenated terpenoid, well known as preservative in food, drugs and cosmetics, has been tested in vitro as an antifungal against dermatophytes. [...] Key Method Three protocols were utilized: pre-treatment. simultaneous treatment and post-treatment. Among these, the post-treatment method was the best to simulate antifungal therapy. as it permitted testing and comparing the efficiency of different antifungal drugs.Expand
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