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allantoin

[ə′lan·tə′wən]
(biochemistry)
C4H6N4O3 A crystallizable oxidation product of uric acid found in allantoic and amniotic fluids and in fetal urine.
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Substantial amount of allantoin has been found in human atherosclerotic plaques (12,13).
Like plantain, comfrey contains allantoin. Comfrey poultices are often employed to speed the healing of pulled muscles and ligaments, bruises, broken bones (after they've been set by a doctor), bed sores, burns, ulcerations, infections, smashed fingers, and other traumatic injuries.
The urine was filtered through gauze, and a 10-mL aliquot was diluted immediately in 40 mL 0.036 N sulfuric acid and stored at -20[degrees]C for later analyses of urea, allantoin [14], and uric acid [15].
Objective: To compare therapeutic efficacy of modified Kligman's formula containing 2% hydroquinone, 0.025% tretinoin, 0.01% fluocinolone acetonide (group A), and 2% kojic acid + octinoxate + allantoin (group B) in treatment of melasma.
Whipsmart created a completely nontoxic formula comprised of: aloe vera (soothes irritation); allantoin (cleans away dead skin); vitamin E (protects and nourishes); colloidal oatmeal (soothes dry, itchy skin); menthyl lactate (cools and refreshes) and grapefruit essence (freshens naturally).
WASHINGTON -- A 6% allantoin cream has shown good results in healing wounds caused by epidermolysis bullosa (EB), with 82% of patients getting a complete closure by 2 months, in a phase lib study.
Curel Itch Defense Instant Soothing Moisturizing Spray is a nonmedicated, moisturizing spray formulated with such hydrators as a proprietary ceramide complex, allantoin and panthenol, the company says.
Milk samples from both morning and afternoon milking were collected on two alternate days (18th and 20th) for determination of allantoin concentration in milk.
Many oxidative markers found in the body have been proposed, including lipid hydroperoxides, 4-hydroxynonenal, isoprostanes (IsoPs), 8-hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG), malondialdehyde (MDA), allantoin or thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS).
Turns out, it contains a perfect balance of skin-friendly ingredients, like glycolic acid (for removing dead skin cells), collagen and elastin (for skin structure), allantoin (for regeneration), and a mix of vitamins and minerals (for regeneration and anti-inflammation).
The presence of DHEA or allantoin was bound to react with the irritated inflamed cell membrane and cellular content of both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin.