carrageenin


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carrageenin

[‚kar·ə′gē·nən]
(organic chemistry)
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If the tub is left alone, cover it to keep the carrageenin free of bugs and leaves.
Paw edema induced by drugs: The edema induced by 1% carrageenin in control vehicle-treated rats was maximal after 3 h (0.
The plant extract was ineffective on reducing edema induced by carrageenin, histamine or dextran.
Table 1 Effect of Vernonia cinerea extract and phenylbutazone in carrageenin induced pedal edema in rats (n = 6) Treatment Dose Paw Percentage * P value (mg/kg) volume of (ml) inhibition Carrageenin 0 0.
Winter CA, Risley EA, Nuss GW (1962) Carrageenin induced oedema in hind paw of the rat as assay for anti-inflammatory drugs.
resulted in the maximum inhibitory effect against edema, which appeared one hour after carrageenin injection (58%, P = 0.
03) only one hour after carrageenin administration, while no effect was present after 3 and 5 hours.
shows that the pure enantiomer elicited a delayed and prolonged action with respect to the racemate form, which induced a relevant reduction of the edema only one hour after carrageenin administration.