phytosphingosine

phy·to·sphin·go·sine

(fī'tō-sfing'gō-sēn),
A sphingosine derivative isolated from various plants.
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OCuSOFT Lid Scrub Allergy removes oil, debris, pollen and other contaminants from the eyelids while utilizing green tea extract, tea tree oil and PSG-2TM (phytosphingosine) to effectively reduce redness, inflammation and itching of allergy-affected eyelids.
The company shared that phytosphingosine has been reported to offer anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties as well as aid in healing wounds.
Anti microbial and inflammatory activity and efficacy of phytosphingosine: an in vitro and in vivo study addressing acne vulgaris.
The long-chain base was indicated as S or P for sphingosine or phytosphingosine. Sphingosine and dihydrosphingosine always occurred together, so no separate designation was proposed for dihydrosphingosine.
[45] Palmitic acid, alpha-N-phenylacetyl-L- glutamine, phytosphingosine, indoleacetyl glutamine, and glycocholic acid were the most significant differential metabolites for the classification ofthe HCC and the control.
Only the conversions of dihydrosphingosine and not of other sphingosine species such as phytosphingosine are shown.
Mighri, Characterization of Complex Mixture of Phytosphingosine type Ceramides from the Tunisian Reaumuria vermiculata.
INCI: Ceramide NP; Ceramide AP; Ceramide EOP; phytosphingosine; cholesterol; sodium lauroyl lactylate; carbomer; xanthan gum
(A) Representative photograph of epidermal lipids separated by HPTLC; the ceramide structures are named based on the sphingoid base (S, sphingosine; P, phytosphingosine; H, 6-hydroxysphingosine) and the /V-acyl fatty acid (A, [alpha]-hydroxy group; O, [C]-hydroxy group; E, acylated in the [C]-hydroxy position).
Twenty potential biomarkers, including L-acetylcarnitine (1), propionylcarnitine (2), unknown (3), phytosphingosine (4), glycoursodeoxycholic acid (5), LPC(14:0) (6), sphinganine (7), LPC(20:5) (8), LPC(16:1) (9), LPC(18:2) (10), LPC(18:3) (11), LPC(22:5) (12), LPC(16:0) (13), LPC(18:1) (14), LPC(22:4) (15), LPC(17:0) (16), LPC(20:2) (17), elaidic carnitine (18), LPC(18:0) (19) and LPC(20:1) (20), were identified by their accurate mass and MSE spectra.
lc), of which the long chain base and fatty acids were C-18 phytosphingosine and 2-hydroxy fatty acids, respectively.
In order to overcome this problem, a positively charged cosurfactant, phytosphingosine, is added into the delivery system.