phlogistic


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phlogistic

(flō-jĭs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to phlogiston.
2. Of, relating to, or inducing inflammation or fever; inflammatory.

phlogistic

inflammatory.
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They argued that the shift from a qualitative chemistry of generic principles to a quantitative chemistry of simple substances was underway long before Lavoisier appeared on the scene and was the product of intellectual trends common to phlogistic and antiphlogistic chemists.
Carrageenan is perhaps the most commonly used and well studied of these phlogistics (Leme et al.
It can be seen that the maximum phlogistic response of carrageenan was observed at 4-6h after the injection in the control animals.
Its local inflammation has a long duration, reaching the maximal response 12 h after injection of the phlogistic agent.
The activity profile of NDGA differs from that of phenylbutazone, for NDGA induces an inhibitory effect close to the maximal activity already 30 min following the injection of the phlogistic compound, the effect remained steady during several hours.
001) against all phlogistic agents used in a dose dependant manner.
In this study we showed that in control animals, the subcutaneous injection of carrageenan produced a local edema within 30 min that increased progressively to reach its maximal intensity 7 h after injection of the phlogistic agent.