2003
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-95962003000900009
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Avaliação macro e microscópica da cicatrização de lesões experimentalmente provocadas em pele de coelhos tratadas com secreção mucoglicoproteica do escargot Achatina fulica

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“…In this study, the mucous secretion of A. fulica inhibited the bacterial growth of both have been previously reported (Iguchi et al;Kubota;Martins et al;Sirio et al;Lorenzi & Martins, 2006). It has been proposed that this mucous secretion is rich in lysozyme, opsonines, and other antibacterial and antiviral factors (Fuchino & Barrett, 1992).…”
Section: Morphological Analysis Of the Histological Sections Stained supporting
confidence: 75%
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“…In this study, the mucous secretion of A. fulica inhibited the bacterial growth of both have been previously reported (Iguchi et al;Kubota;Martins et al;Sirio et al;Lorenzi & Martins, 2006). It has been proposed that this mucous secretion is rich in lysozyme, opsonines, and other antibacterial and antiviral factors (Fuchino & Barrett, 1992).…”
Section: Morphological Analysis Of the Histological Sections Stained supporting
confidence: 75%
“…To determine the minimal fungicidal concentration were used tubes containing 5.0 mL of BHI broth, 4 mL of mucus in each group, followed by serial dilution concentrations producing between 290 and 14,800 mg.mL-1 of mucus (Martins et al, 2003). To the tubes we added 1 mL of each inoculum of 0.5 McFarland (1.5 x 108 CFU) and incubated for 37 º C/24 hours (Cruse & Foord, 1980;Moylan & Kennedy, 1980).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Thus, QC and BC stimulated an early and strong fibroblast proliferation, compared to other treatments, where the proliferation occurred much later and for a longer period. Martins et al (2003) also mentioned that the barbatiman favored the fibroplasia process in the wounds of horses, referring this action to the low oxygen tension and the accumulation of fibrin provided by the phytotherapeutic in the center of the lesion. The immunomodulatory properties of chitosan were confirmed; fibroblast proliferation was marked with this treatment, similar to the results presented by Silva et al (2006).…”
Section: Periodsmentioning
confidence: 99%