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  • [Aspects of sustainability of topical therapy]. [Review]
    Dermatologie (Heidelb). 2023 Jan; 74(1):21-26.Schempp CM, Schwabe K, … Becker-Weimann SY
  • CONCLUSIONS: The production of topical formulations without using mineral oils, silicones, acrylates, and PEGs is technically challenging. A sustainable packaging material that fulfills all relevant functionalities is not yet available. Packaging should meet high requirements regarding ecological, economic, and social factors. Better performance with respect to new opportunities in recycling and waste management should be incorporated. Overall, the legislative authorities should provide relevant incentives for more sustainable topical compounds and packaging.
  • The superiority of Dexpanthenol or Vaseline as excipient in nasal formulations. [Journal Article]
    Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci. 2022 12; 26(2 Suppl):124-133.Necati Develioglu O, Dilber M, … Cingi C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The absence of cytotoxic effects from the application of dexpanthenol to the nasal mucosa indicates that this agent may be safely used within the nose. The cytotoxic effects of liquid vaseline observed in this trial (condensed nuclear chromatin, loss of cellular volume) indicate that this agent may be harmful when used intranasally. For patients who require nasal packing due to nose bleeds or following endoscopic sinus surgical procedures, dexpanthenol should be preferred to vaseline from the point of view of maximizing healing of a nasal injury.
  • A study on the impact of harvesting operations on the mineral oil contamination of olive oils. [Journal Article]
    Food Chem. 2023 Apr 16; 406:135032.Menegoz Ursol L, Conchione C, … Moret S
  • During the 2020-21 olive oil campaign, the contribution of harvesting operations to mineral oil saturated (MOSH) and aromatic hydrocarbon (MOAH) contamination was studied. Oils extracted from hand-picked olives (15 different olive groves) generally had background MOSH (<2.7 mg/kg), and no quantifiable MOAH. In 40% of the cases, an important contamination increase was observed after harvesting ope…
  • Review on chromatographic and specific detection methodologies for unravelling the complexity of MOAH in foods. [Review]
    Anal Chim Acta. 2022 Nov 22; 1234:340098.Polyakova A, van Leeuwen S, Peters R
  • Contamination of foods with mineral oil hydrocarbons, particularly mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH), can potentially pose a health hazard to consumers. However, identifying toxic substances among the many thousands of compounds comprising mineral oils in food samples is a difficult analytical challenge. According to the European Food Safety Authority, there is a lack of concentration and …
  • Effect of mineral oil as a lubricant to collect feces from cats for microbiome studies. [Case Reports]
    J Vet Intern Med. 2022 Nov; 36(6):1974-1980.Ma X, Brinker E, … Wang X
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fecal sampling with mineral oil lubrication did not change the microbial DNA extraction yield, metagenomic sequencing yield, level of host contamination, the microbial composition and diversity in subsequent gut microbiome analyses. Here we reported a proven cat-friendly protocol for fecal sample collection in clinical and research setting for gut microbiome analyses.
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