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carrageenan

[‚kar·ə′gē·nən]
(organic chemistry)
A polysaccharide derived from the red seaweed (Rhodophyceae) and used chiefly as an emulsifying, gelling, and stabilizing agent and as a viscosity builder in foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. Also spelled carrageenin.
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The loss increased with higher levels of peanut flour and decreased with higher levels of carageenan.
Saponins 1, 4 and 5 significantly inhibited mouse paw edema induced by carageenan, while saponins 2, 3 and 6 did not exhibit anti-inflammatory effects, although their structures are similar (Table 2).
The highest dose of CELS started to exert anti-inflammatory activity after 2h of carageenan injection and extend until the last measurement.
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INCI name: water (and) carageenan (chrondrus crispus)
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