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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2016, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 409 - 414
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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2017, Volume 40, Issue 9, pp. 1381 - 1388
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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2018, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 259 - 265
Juniperus chinensis, commonly Chinese juniper, has been used for treating inflammatory diseases. This study aimed to investigate anti-atopic dermatitis (AD)... 
atopic dermatitis | transepidermal water loss | interleukin 4 | immunoglobulin E | Juniperus chinensis fruit | skin hydration | Immunoglobulin E | Interleukin 4 | Transepidermal water loss | Atopic dermatitis | Skin hydration | NATURAL-PRODUCTS | DRUG DISCOVERY | LEAVES | CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY | SKIN BARRIER | CHILDREN | HAIRLESS MOUSE | BERRIES | DISEASE | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | EXTRACT | Plant Extracts - chemistry | Flavonoids - analysis | Biflavonoids - chemistry | Skin - metabolism | Juniperus - chemistry | Oxazolone - toxicity | Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal - chemistry | Administration, Cutaneous | Dinitrochlorobenzene - toxicity | Flavonoids - therapeutic use | Dermatitis, Atopic - prevention & control | Glycosides - administration & dosage | Plant Extracts - administration & dosage | Dermatitis, Atopic - chemically induced | Dermatitis, Atopic - immunology | Flavonoids - administration & dosage | Female | Molecular Structure | Phytotherapy | Glycosides - chemistry | Republic of Korea | Skin - pathology | Skin - immunology | Juniperus - growth & development | Glycosides - analysis | Fruit - chemistry | Mice, Hairless | Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal - analysis | Adjuvants, Immunologic - toxicity | Dermatitis, Atopic - pathology | Irritants - toxicity | Biflavonoids - administration & dosage | Fruit - growth & development | Interleukin-4 - blood | Animals | Immunoglobulin E - analysis | Biflavonoids - analysis | Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal - therapeutic use | Anti-Inflammatory Agents, Non-Steroidal - administration & dosage | Biflavonoids - therapeutic use | Mice, Inbred BALB C | Flavonoids - chemistry | Plant Extracts - therapeutic use | Glycosides - therapeutic use | Skin - drug effects | Signs and symptoms | Oxazolone | Ethanol | Leukocytes (eosinophilic) | Medical treatment | Interleukin | Epidermis | Pharmacology | Hairless | Dermatitis | Chemical compounds | Inflammatory diseases | Fruits | Water loss | Skin diseases | Mice | Infiltration | Topical application | Lesions | Thickening | Eosinophils
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Nutrients, ISSN 2072-6643, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 12, p. 1324
...nutrients Article Dioscorea quinqueloba Ameliorates Oxazolone- and 2,4-Dinitrochlorobenzene-induced Atopic Dermatitis Symptoms in Murine Models Jonghwan Jegal... 
Immunoglobulin E | Dioscorea quinqueloba | Interleukin 4 | Transepidermal water loss | Atopic dermatitis | Skin hydration | transepidermal water loss | skin hydration | JUNIPERUS-CHINENSIS | CONTACT HYPERSENSITIVITY | atopic dermatitis | SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION | PREVALENCE | immunoglobulin E | OPPOSITA | HAIRLESS MOUSE | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | interleukin 4 | DISEASE | MICE | EXPRESSION | EXTRACT | Oxazolone - toxicity | RNA, Messenger - metabolism | Dinitrochlorobenzene - toxicity | Immunoglobulin E - blood | Plant Extracts - administration & dosage | Dermatitis, Atopic - chemically induced | Immunoglobulin E - genetics | Rhizome - chemistry | Female | Dioscorea - chemistry | Interleukin-4 - genetics | Phytotherapy | Cell Line | Immunoglobulin E - metabolism | Interleukin-4 - metabolism | RNA, Messenger - genetics | Mice, Hairless | Rats | Gene Expression Regulation - drug effects | Interleukin-4 - blood | Animals | Dermatitis, Atopic - drug therapy | Mice | Mice, Inbred BALB C | Plant Extracts - therapeutic use | Oxazolone | Animal models | Allergic diseases | Dermatitis | Rhizomes | Rodents | Skin diseases | Food hypersensitivity | Thickening | Ethanol | Therapeutic applications | Medical treatment | Epidermis | Pharmacology | Hairless | Chemical compounds | Asthma | Herbal medicine | Ear | Topical application | Erythema
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Nutrients, ISSN 2072-6643, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 9, p. 1205
Naturally occurring saponins have been reported to have anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects. However, the effects of gracillin, a main saponin... 
Dioscorea quinqueloba | Skin barrier recovery | Interleukin 4 | Atopic dermatitis | 2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene | Gracillin | BARRIER DYSFUNCTION | DERMATITIS | atopic dermatitis | DRY | PIMECROLIMUS | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | 4-dinitrochlorobenzene | interleukin 4 | gracillin | INTERFERON-GAMMA | SAPONINS | skin barrier recovery | ENHANCEMENT | DISEASE | TACROLIMUS | Spirostans - pharmacology | Plant Extracts - pharmacology | Skin - metabolism | Water Loss, Insensible - drug effects | Dinitrochlorobenzene | Immunoglobulin E - blood | Dermatitis, Atopic - prevention & control | Dermatitis, Atopic - chemically induced | Female | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - isolation & purification | Dioscorea - chemistry | Phytotherapy | Skin - pathology | Dermatologic Agents - pharmacology | Disease Models, Animal | Spirostans - isolation & purification | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - pharmacology | Dermatologic Agents - isolation & purification | Mice, Hairless | Rats | Plant Extracts - isolation & purification | Dermatitis, Atopic - pathology | Interleukin-4 - blood | Animals | Cell Line, Tumor | Dermatitis, Atopic - metabolism | Plants, Medicinal | Skin - drug effects | Saponins | Signs and symptoms | Immunoglobulins | Nuclear magnetic resonance--NMR | Cytokines | Immunomodulation | Leukemia | Hairless | Dermatitis | Chromatography | Itching | Water loss | Natural products | Spectrum analysis | Skin diseases | Skin | Mice | Lesions
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by Kim, TY and Park, NJ and Jegal, J and Choi, S and Lee, SW and Hang, J and Kim, SN and Yang, MH
BIOMOLECULES, ISSN 2218-273X, 11/2019, Volume 9, Issue 11, p. 697
Plants of the genus Wikstroemia have long been used as traditional medicines to treat diseases like pneumonia, rheumatism, and bronchitis. This study was... 
FRUITS | skin barrier function | ANTIOXIDANTS | PLANT FLAVONOIDS | BIFLAVONOIDS | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | atopic dermatitis | Wikstroemia dolichantha | chamaejasmine | IMMUNE | STEMS | interleukin 4 | METABOLISM | CHEMISTRY | EPIDERMAL BARRIER | 2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene | ASSIGNMENTS | wikstroemia dolichantha
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01/2019, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp. 2125 - 2132
The aim of this study was to isolate maltol derivatives from S. chamaejasme and to investigate the anti-atopic dermatitis (anti-AD) effect of maltol in a... 
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Nutrients, ISSN 2072-6643, 05/2020, Volume 12, Issue 6, p. 1575
This study aimed to investigate the beneficial effects of A. melanocarpa on testosterone propionate (TP)-induced benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in Wistar... 
androgen receptor | testosterone | Aronia melanocarpa | constituents | 5-alpha-reductase | benign prostatic hyperplasia
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by Lee, SY and Park, NJ and Jegal, J and Jo, BG and Choi, S and Lee, SW and Uddin, MS and Kim, SN and Yang, MH
NUTRIENTS, ISSN 2072-6643, 01/2020, Volume 12, Issue 1, p. 173
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Natural product sciences, ISSN 1226-3907, 2019, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 261 - 267
The rhizomes of Dioscorea japonica Thunb. are widely consumed as food and also used to treat diabetes and polyuria in Korea. This study was undertaken to study... 
Oxazolone | Interleukin 4 | Dioscorea japonica Thunb | Atopic dermatitis
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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 09/2017, Volume 40, Issue 9, p. 1381
In European folk medicine, the fruits of Juniperus communis are used in the treatment of skin-related disorders such as skin infection, itching, and psoriasis.... 
Psoriasis | Melanoma | Irradiated | Melanocytes | In vitro testing | Hairless | Pigmentation | Itching | Skin diseases | Mice | Hyperpigmentation | Tyrosinase | Xylopyranoside | Melanin
Journal Article
International immunopharmacology, ISSN 1567-5769, 06/2018, Volume 59, p. 113
Stellera chamaejasme L. (family Thymelaeaceae), also known as ‘Langdu’, has been traditionally used to treat of skin-related diseases, such as, psoriasis and... 
Animal models | Umbelliferone | Immunoglobulin E | Lymphocytes T | Pruritus | Dermatitis | Inflammatory diseases | Itching | Interleukin 4 | Atopic dermatitis | Skin diseases | Lesions | Thickening | Cytokines | Psoriasis | Medical treatment | Hairless | Chromatography | Biological activity | Flavonoids | Ulcers | Degranulation | Mice | Infiltration | Exudation | Skin | Topical application | Erythema
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Natural Product Communications, ISSN 1934-578X, 9/2019, Volume 14, Issue 9, p. 1934578
Ginseng saponins, also called ginsenosides, are the main active ingredients of Panax ginseng and Panax quinquefolius and are often used as qualitative and... 
CHEMISTRY, MEDICINAL | PERFORMANCE | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | AGES | DIFFERENT PARTS | Panax ginseng | extraction methods | extraction efficiency | PRODUCTS | SAPONINS | AMERICAN-GINSENG | ginsenosides | PRESSURIZED LIQUID EXTRACTION | ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EXTRACTION | Panax quinquefolius
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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 03/2016, Volume 39, Issue 3, p. 409
Dioscorea oppositifolia is a well-known edible and traditional medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. In our previous study, D. oppositifolia... 
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Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2016
Dioscorea oppositifolia is a well-known edible and traditional medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. In our previous study, D. oppositifolia... 
fecal fat excretion; phytochemical analysis | anti-obesity; high-fat diet-induced obese mouse | Dioscorea oppositifolia
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