Comparable study of biological effects from Far-Eastern mussel Crenomytilus grayanus-derived bioglicanes

18 March 2011
Written by Molchanova V.I., Chikalovets I.V., Chernikov O.V., Popov A.M., Krivoshapko O.N., Lukianov P.A.

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The mice experiment allowed to found out that the Far‑Eastern mussel‑derived bioglicanes – mitilan and neomitilan – ensured decreasing edema during Carrageenan‑induced inflammation in case of intraperitoneal introduction. Besides, in case of
external use (cream) at experimental models of thermal burns and scrappy wounds they have had vulnerary effect. During experiment, these effects were more considerable.

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V.I. Molchanova, I.V. Chikalovets, O.V. Chernikov, A.M. Popov, O.N. Krivoshapko, P.A. Lukianov
Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the FEBRAS (159 100 Year Anniversary of Vladivostok Av. Vladivostok 690022 Russian Federation)

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