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Tyrosinase inhibitory activity of three Colombian species: P. sepioides, Crinum x powellii and C. subedentata.

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: GASCA, Cristian (UNIVERSITY OF BRASILIA, PHARMACY, BRASILIA, Brazil)
  • Co-author(s): Cristian ALDEMAR Gasca:Faculty of Health Science,University of Brasilia,Brasilia,Brazil|Perola de Oliveira e Magalhaes:Faculty of Health Science,University of Brasilia,Brasilia,Brazil|Yris Fonseca:Faculty of Health Science,University of Brasilia,Brasilia,Brazil|Fabio Cabezas:Department of Chemistry,University of Cauca,Popayan,Colombia|Oscar Bermudez:Department of Chemistry,University of Cauca,Popayan,Colombia|Dâmaris Silveira:Faculty of Health Science,University of Brasilia,Brasilia,Brazil
  • Abstract:

    Tyrosinase plays a crucial role in melanin synthesis. The development of safe and effective Tyrosinase inhibitors may be clinically useful in humans for the treatment of skin cancer and hyperpigmentation. In vegetables and fruits may be useful for reducing enzymatic browning during maturation process. Plants had shown special interest due their

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Last update 4 October 2019

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