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Carsil     disodium dioxido-oxo-silane

Synonyms: Britesil, Orthosil, Crystamet, Sikalon, Silican, ...
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High impact information on Carsil

  • This fact supports the suggestion that Carsil probably activates the metabolic conversion of UDP-hexosamine to the acetylated metabolite-UDP-N-acetylhexosamine, which is the normal liver cell metabolite, in liver cells [2].


  1. Glandular stomach hemorrhage induced by high dose saccharin in young rodents. Okamura, T., Garland, E.M., Cohen, S.M. Toxicol. Lett. (1994) [Pubmed]
  2. Effect of silymarin (Carsil) on the microsomal glycoprotein and protein biosynthesis in liver of rats with experimental galactosamine hepatitis. Tyutyulkova, N., Gorantcheva, U., Tuneva, S., Chelibonova-Lorer, H., Gavasova, E., Zhivkov, V. Methods and findings in experimental and clinical pharmacology. (1983) [Pubmed]
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