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Synonyms: Bucilamina, Tiobutarit, Thiobutarit, bucillamine, Bucillaminum, ...
 
 
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  • In the ex vivo models, bucillamine treatment significantly improved portal vein blood flow and bile production, preserved normal liver architecture, and significantly reduced liver enzyme release and indices of oxidative stress [6].
  • Initially, her arthritis had been well controlled with methotrexate and corticosteroids, but the RA activity became difficult to control in spite of addition of bucillamine to the treatment regimen and repeated arthrocentesis with infusion of corticosteroid into her swollen joints [7].
  • Of the six agents tested, only the thiol antioxidants, BUC and NAC, were effective at preventing a decrease in intracellular reduced glutathione:glutathione disulfide ratios, protecting cells from protein and lipid oxidation, and preventing heme oxygenase 1 expression [8].
  • Our data demonstrate that NAC and BUC effectively inhibited the adjuvant effects of DEP in the induction of OVA-specific IgE and IgG1 production [8].
  • Furthermore, the same concentration of bucillamine inhibited transendothelial migration of PHA-activated T cells, and reduced the expression level of CD44 on T cells [9].
 

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