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Rabensteiner, DF; Trummer, G; Spitzenberger, H; Faschinger, C; Schmut, O; Wedrich, A.
Positive Influence of Hyaluronate on Cell Vitality of Human Conjunctival Cells after Alkali Injuries.
Ophthalmologica. 2010; 224(4): 217-223.
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Faschinger Christoph
Rabensteiner Dieter
Schmut Otto
Trummer Gabriele
Wedrich Andreas

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Background: To analyse the influence of hyaluronate (HA) on the cell vitality of human conjunctival cells after chemical injuries from NaOH or alkali-containing household cleaners. Methods: Human conjunctival cells (Chang cells) were incubated either with NaOH solutions or dilutions of household cleaners. HA (0.025%) was added to the cell culture medium of part of the cells subsequent to chemical injuring. After 24 h the cell vitality of the HA-incubated cells, determined by MTS assay (Cell Titer 96(R) Aqueous One Solution Cell Proliferation Assay), was compared to the control cells without HA addition. Results: The addition of HA to the cell culture medium subsequent to chemical injuring resulted in a significantly lower decrease in cell vitality (mean difference: 11.79; p = 0.00; CI = 98%). Conclusion: Because HA attenuates the decrease in cell vitality of alkali-damaged human conjunctival cells, formulations containing HA may be recommended for the treatment of chemical injuries to the anterior part of the eye. Copyright (C) 2009 S. Karger AG, Basel
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Adjuvants, Immunologic - pharmacology
Alkalies - toxicity
Cell Count - methods
Cells, Cultured -
Conjunctiva - cytology
Dose-Response Relationship, Drug -
Drug Interactions -
Humans -
Hyaluronic Acid - pharmacology
Statistics, Nonparametric -

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Alkali injuries
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