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The study found that topical application of the PPADS compound works on two fronts.
The toxicity test of wood vinegar mixed with the extracted substances from neem seed or yam bean seed or citronella grass against on larvae of mosquito by topical application method are shown Table 3.
The results of the present study suggest that BA when used through topical application is as effective as through the systemic route.
Shaved flank skin maintained a normal color and appearance following topical application of BeO or following intradermal injection, and within days, hair growth was evident.
Without such an ability, researchers say they expect to concentrate on small-scale topical applications and extracorporeal treatments such as the bone marrow technique proposed for CML -- in part because antisense drugs are still too expensive to justify drenching the whole body with the pricey molecules.
Topical application of sunscreen products containing UVB and UVA filters provides limited protection, because some of the light penetrates deep into the skin.
This study examined the effects of topical application of poly(P) on gingival connective tissue and its remodeling in a rat periodontitis model.
A study published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science said a 10% topical application of the peptide Argireline can significantly reduce wrinkle depth and superficial lines.
We report here the impact of natural sunlight on stratum corneum (SC) vitamin E and also compare the effectiveness of dietary supplementation to topical application as a way to increase vitamin E in the superficial layers of the SC.
Myoxinol LS 9736 works similarly to botox injections but is suitable for topical application.
Michele Garufi, Chairman and CEO of NicOx commented: "These further encouraging clinical results confirm the potential of HCT 1026 for topical application.