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Osteoarthritis potentially  reversed with Gallic Acid

“We found the combined stretching, which acts like an exercise for the cell itself, with the gallic acid decreased inflammation markers, which means we were able to reverse osteoarthritis,” said Haneen Abusharkh, the study’s lead author and a recent WSU Ph.D. graduate. “It’s basically like having good exercise and a good diet on a micro-scale.”

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Haneen A. Abusharkh, Olivia M. Reynolds, Juana Mendenhall, Bulent A. Gozen, Edwin Tingstad, Vincent Idone, Nehal I. Abu-Lail, Bernard J. Van Wie. Combining stretching and gallic acid to decrease inflammation indices and promote extracellular matrix production in osteoarthritic human articular chondrocytes. Experimental Cell Research, 2021; 408 (2): 112841 DOI: 10.1016/j.yexcr.2021.112841

Gallic acid, cartilage , osteoarthritis, chondrocytes , Inflammation, osteoarthritic , arthritis, joints, knee, stretching, collagen, autologous chondrocyte implantation, metalloproteinases, Vitamin C, Vitamin E , curcumin

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