Jun 8, 2006

Anti-inflammatory and reparative effect of olipiphate

Voprosy onkologii
G I NezhinskaiaV A Filov

Abstract

The therapeutic effect of olipiphate was demonstrated for chronic inflammation of advanced arthritis and concanavalin A-related acute edema. The best systemic effect was obtained with 50 mg/kg, symptomatic--100 mg/kg. Skin wounds treated with 5% olipiphate (26 + 2) healed faster than those treated with 2% solcoseryl (30 + 0.8) or in control (33 + 0.6). It was shown histologically that the proliferative and antiphlogistic effect of olipiphate involved no scars.

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Mice, Inbred CBA
Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Chronic Inflammation
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Arthritis
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