ESCIN

AcronymDefinition
ESCINÉcole Supérieure de Création Interactive Numérique (French: School of Interactive Digital Design)
ESCINEuropean Science Communication and Information Network
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Escin was used as the standard for the calibration curve, with results expressed as mg of escin equivalents per g of sample (mg ASE [g.sup.-1]).
For example, quercetin analog, RTA 408, escin, pinosylvin, salvianolic acid A, and curcumin were tested in AMD models; Rosa laevigata Michx.
Escin. Escin is a natural mixture of triterpene saponins extracted from the seeds of Aesculus chinensis Bgem or Aesculus wilsonii Rehd, which mainly consist of A, B, C and D escin.
Escin exerts synergistic anti-inflammatory effects with low doses of glucocorticoids in vivo and in vitro.
The active ingredient in horse chestnut seeds is a chemical called escin. (18) Studies suggest that twice-daily horse chestnut extract, containing 50 mg escin, is as effective as standard therapy with compression stockings in the early stages of chronic venous insufficiency.
Una especie de delirio literario que pareciera ayudar a elaborarla y que, sin embargo, consolida el aspecto escin dido que comenzara a supurar hacia el interior del individuo en forma de patologias somaticas en las que se intenta metabolizar la experiencia.
Alvarez-Marron and ESCIN Group (1996): Seismic image of the Cantabrian Mountains in the western extension of the Pyrenean belt from integrated reflection and refraction data.
Each tablet contains 1.2 g dry seed equivalent of Aesculus hippocastanum extract (standardised to contain 40 mg of escin), 800 mg dry root and rhizome equivalent of Ruscus aculeatus extract (standardised to contain 20 mg of ruscogenin) and 1.5 g dry leaf equivalent of Ginkgo biloba (standardised to contain 7.3 mg of ginkgo flavonglycosides).
The active component of horse chestnut seed ex tract is escin, a triterpenic saponin.