monobenzone

Known as: p-Hydroxyphenyl benzyl ether, MONOBENZYL ether OF hydroquinone, Monobenzyl ether hydroquinone 
A monobenzyl ether of hydroquinone with topical depigmentation activity. Although the exact mechanism of action of depigmentation is unknown, the… (More)

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1939-2018
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2013
2013
The paucity of vitiligo animal models limits the understanding of vitiligo pathogenesis and the development of therapies for the… (More)
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2012
2012
Vitiligo is characterized by depigmented skin patches caused by loss of epidermal melanocytes. Oxidative stress may have a role… (More)
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2011
2011
In this study, we report the previously unknown mechanism of inducing robust anti-melanoma immunity by the vitiligo-inducing… (More)
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2009
2009
Monobenzone (hydroquinone monobenzylether, 1) is a potent skin depigmenting agent that causes irreversible loss of epidermal… (More)
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1996
1996
Repigmentation occurred within a few weeks of discontinuing successful depigmentation therapy with monobenzyl ether of… (More)
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1994
1994
The in vitro effect of the following antimicrobial agents on Toxoplasma gondii tachyzoites were studied: artemisinin ether… (More)
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1987
1987
Three cases of cutaneous depigmentation after the application of Superfade are presented. Almost total depigmentation occurred on… (More)
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1986
1986
Melasma is a circumscribed brown macular hypermelanosis of the areas of the face and neck that are exposed to light. Clinical… (More)
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1985
1985
Six patients with spreading vitiligo treated with applications of monobenzone developed a vesicular dermatitis. The eruption was… (More)
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1983
1983
Monobenzone (the monobenzyl ether of hydroquinone [Benoquin]) is used topically by patients with extensive vitiligo to depigment… (More)
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