adjuvant arthritis


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adjuvant arthritis

Abbreviation: AA
An experimental model of arthritis in rodents induced by injection of foreign substance, such as Freund's adjuvant, into the tail vein or paw. This model can be used to study new agents for human arthritis treatment. See: Rheumatoid arthritis
See also: arthritis
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Carnosine inhibits degradation of hyaluronan induced by free radical processes in vitro and improves the redox imbalance in adjuvant arthritis in vivo," Neuro Endocrinology Letters, vol.
It can not only inhibit destruction of joint structure but also improve health status in adjuvant arthritis and ameliorate clinical symptoms, such as paw edema, granulation tissue hyperplasia and so on.
Preventive actions of a high dose of glucosamine on adjuvant arthritis in rats.
Adjuvant arthritis or streptococcal cell wall arthritis are dependent on the activation of the innate immune system by TLR ligands.
12) Nonselective adenosine receptor antagonists, theophylline and caffeine, reversed the therapeutic effects of methotrexate on adjuvant arthritis of mice.
Moreover, clodronate showed anti-inflammatory properties in adjuvant arthritis model, and reduced free radical production by human activated neutrophils.
The active fraction of Herba Siegesbeckiae can reduce inflammatory pathology in the ankle joints of rats with adjuvant arthritis (AA), and lead to increased IL-2 and reduced IL-1 levels in the serum (Qian et al.
Effects and mechanisms of total glucosides of paeony on adjuvant arthritis in rats.