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Paper Title: Efficacy of novel product for the treatment of UVB induced skin damage in animal model
Authors Name: G.Renuga , G.Nagajothi
Unique Id: IJSDR2003001
Published In: Volume 5 Issue 3, March-2020
Abstract: The present research focused to formulate the therapeutic product to treat skin damage induced due to UVB exposure. The fresh solvent extracts of Aloe barbadensis were found to be rich in inner gel used as moisturizer, total Aloin content and other micro molecules for skin treatment. To evaluate the possibility of using the various pigment contents present in extract of Camellia sinensis contains the antioxidant, catechin and other molecules has the ability to stimulate hair growth also help in encourage hair regrowth. Previous experimental evidence tends to support that gel products should be an effective interventions used in burn and wound healing. Aloe is also an immune enhancer because of its high level of antioxidants, which help to react with unstable compound known as free radicals which shows positive action against UV absorption. Topical application of Aloe vera gel paste mixed with catechin isolated from Camellia sinensis extracts prevented UVB induced suppression of contact hypersensitivity response by possible restoration of the immune response. Plants constituents appear to be of biological importance in curing diseases. The supplements should be reformulated or upgraded owing to the research confirming the benefits of specific plants constituents like pigments poly phenols (catechin) and aloin contents were analysis from extracts of both plant materials and the efficient component mixed in appropriate concentration to formulate novel product which has been topically applied to UVB exposed mice animals. Western blot analysis revealed efficiency of keratin expression besides inhibiting the growth of cancer cells &destroy cancer tissues without harming healthy tissues in experimental mice
Keywords: Aloe barbadensis, catechin,Camellia sinensis, UVB exposure, skin infections
Cite Article: "Efficacy of novel product for the treatment of UVB induced skin damage in animal model", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.5, Issue 3, page no.1 - 6, March-2020, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2003001.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR2003001
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Published In: Volume 5 Issue 3, March-2020
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