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Research Article

Dietary Hyaluronic Acid Migrates into the Skin of Rats

Table 1

Radioactivity concentration in plasma after single oral or intravenous administration of 14C hyaluronic acid to rats (dose: p.o.; 25 mg/kg, IV; 10 mg/kg).

TimeRadioactivity concentration
(g eq. of hyaluronic acid/mL)
p.o.i.v.

5 minN.D.
15N.D.
30N.D.
1 hrN.D.
2N.D.
4
8
24
48
72
96
120
144
168

Detection limit0.10.1

(hr)

(g eq./mL)

(g eq./mL)

 (5 min–8 hr) (hr)
 (24–168 hr) (day)

AUC (g eq.·hr/mL)
 (0–168 hr)
 (0–)

Data are expressed as the mean values ± S.D. of three animals.
N.D.: not detected.
—: not determined.

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