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  • n. The polysaccharide hyaluronic acid

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Examples

  • 'Animals exposed to ozone produced and released high amounts of a sugar known as hyaluronan,' said John Hollingsworth, pulmonologist and assistant professor at Duke University Medical Centre (DUMC), another co-author.

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  • "Animals exposed to ozone produced and released high amounts of a sugar known as hyaluronan," said John Hollingsworth, M.D., a pulmonologist who is an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center and senior author of the paper.

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  • West DC, Shaw DM, Lorenz P, Adzick NS, Longaker MT: Fibrotic healing of adult and late gestation fetal wounds correlates with increased hyaluronidase activity and removal of hyaluronan.

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  • A placebo-controlled, double-blind in vivo study involving more than two hundred subjects reported that topical niacinamide and N-acetyl glucosamine, when paired in a formulation, significantly reduced the appearance of hyperpigmented skin.4 In vitro studies have proven that the ingredients stimulate hyaluronan synthesis.5

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  • Lifecore's product revenues primarily consist of sales of hyaluronan raw material and aseptically filled hyaluronan finished goods.

    Landec Corporation Reports Second Quarter and First Half Fiscal Year 2011 Results - Yahoo! Finance

  • Lifecore Biomedical, Landec is now a premium supplier of hyaluronan-based biomaterials to the ophthalmic, orthopedic and veterinary markets worldwide.

    Landec Corporation Reports Second Quarter and First Half Fiscal Year 2011 Results - Yahoo! Finance

  • Another type of injection used for osteoarthritis is hyaluronan.

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  • Lifecore Biomedical, Landec is now a leading supplier of premium hyaluronan-based biomaterials for the medical and veterinary markets, as well as the leading supplier to ophthalmology companies.

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  • Grammatikakis N, Yoneda M, Banerjee SD, Toole BP (2000) Molecular characterization of a novel intracellular hyaluronan-binding protein.

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  • Mgc68500's closest orthologue in man is intracellular hyaluronan-binding protein IHBP4 (HABP4) [68], reminding another hyaluronan-related protein, RHAMM, which participates in Ran-dependent spindle assembly

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