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Effect of indirect moxibustion on mouse skin

, : Effect of indirect moxibustion on mouse skin. American Journal of Chinese Medicine 25(2): 143-151

Effect of indirect moxibustion stimulation on mouse skin was studied by thermal qualitative, biochemical, and histological methods. The maximum temperature change by indirect moxibustion was about 65 degrees C on the skin, and 45 degrees C in the subcutaneous layer. The treatment of indirect moxibustion was found to be associated with the decrease of lipid peroxidation and increase of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in the skin. Histological findings after indirect moxibustion showed an increase in the number of hair mother cells and hypertropy of the cells.


PMID: 9288360

DOI: 10.1142/S0192415X97000160

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