IN VITRO STUDY ACTIVITY PROLIFERATIVE FIBROBLAST HUMAN SUBMITTED TO TREATMENT ZINCUM METALLICUM AND CALENDULA OFFICINALIS IN ULTRA DILUTIONS HOMEOPATHIC
Keywords:Zincum metallicum, Calendula officinalis, ultra-dilutions, proliferative activity, fibroblasts
AbstractCicatrization can be divided into three phases: inflammation, fibroblastic, maturation and remodeling . The extracellular matrix may be replaced by a stronger and more elastic connective tissue. In a scar collagen is the major component of the mature connective tissue . In homeopathic area, the greater is the investigated segment ultra dilutions . However, little research has been done to explore the effect of dynamized drugs in in vitro cell culture . Using the Zincum metallicum 6CH and Calendula officinalis 6CH applied independently in different concentrations in fibroblast cultures sought to determine the increase in proliferative activity using techniques such as IC50, MTT, flow cytometry and quantification of collagen. As expected from the literature, ie both homeopathic according to the literature are used for treatments that Require skin healing, both showed increased proliferative activity, having Calendula most cellular response, presenting as cell cycle stimulating checked via flow cytometry.
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