asiaticoside (āˈ·zhē·aˈ·ti·kōˑ·sīd),

n the active chemical component of the plant
Centella asiatica. Has been used to treat wounds and burns.
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Antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects of asiaticoside in lipopolysaccharide-treated rat through up-regulation of Heme Oxygenase-1.
These applications are most likely due to its biologically active constituents of triterpenes namely asiatic acid and asiaticoside (Inamdar et al.
Asiaticoside, another component present in Centella asiatica, showed antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects in lipopolysaccharide-trested rat [58].
75-fold greater type I pro-collagen induction compared to the known herbal collagen enhancer asiaticoside at the same treatment concentration (0.
The action between other chemicals and CA in some relevant literatures was roughly same as that between AVM and CA, such as CA loading of asiaticoside (11), curcumin (12), or vitamins (13).
Nanofibrous form of cellulose acetate have been used as a topical and transdermal delivery of bioactive materials, such as curcumin [144], and asiaticoside centella asiatica [145], non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [146], vitamin A and vitamin E [147].
Beauty Ingredients: Asiaticoside, Escin beta-sitosterol phospholipids, Esculoside, ginkgo biloba biflavones phytosome, Opextan, Ruscogenins C, silymarin phytosome, Visnadin, Ximilene, Zanthalene
They include: caffeine, theophylline, and other theobromides, lipase, adenosine phosphate, asiatic acid, madecassic acid, and asiaticoside, plant extracts such as green tea, centella asiatica, peony, seaweed, capsaicin, meadowsweet and ivy.
This study was designed to investigate eight herbal active constituents (andrographolide, asiaticoside, asiatic acid, madecassic acid, eupatorin, sinensetin, caffeic acid, and rosmarinic acid) on their potential inhibitory effects on human cytochrome P4501A2 (CYP1A2) activity.
Inhibitory effects of Centella asiatica water extract and asiaticoside on inducible citric oxide synthase during gastric ulcer healing in rates.
As a result there is a close correlation among the gene profile, mRNA and protein production in the cells response to asiaticoside stimulation (Lu 2004).