Publications & Presentations

Review Moy, RL and Levenson, C. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology,
Oct 2017

A review article summarizing the biological activities of East Indian Sandalwood Oil (EISO) that are most relevant to its potential use as a novel therapeutic in dermatology.

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Psoriasis Sharma et al, Frontiers in Pharmacology, March 2017

Publication of the results of the study of the potential anti-psoriasis properties of Sandalwood Album Oil or EISO in collaboration with University of British Columbia. EISO alleviates inflammatory and proliferative pathologies of psoriasis.

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Anti-proliferation Lee et al, Journal of Natural Products, June 2015

Publication of the results from the study of Sandalwood Album Oil or EISO in oral cancer cells in vitro and in vivo in collaboration with UT Health Science Center San Antonio: α-and β-santalols directly interact with tubulin and cause mitotic arrest and cytotoxicity in oral cancer cells.

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Anti-proliferation Dickinson et al, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, July 2014

Publication of the results of the study of the potential skin cancer chemopreventive properties of Sandalwood Album Oil or EISO in collaboration with Arizona Cancer Center. A novel chemopreventive mechanism for a traditional medicine: East Indian sandalwood oil induces autophagy and cell death in proliferating keratinocytes.

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Anti-inflammation Sharma et al, Phytotherapy Research, Dec 2014

Publication of results from the study of Sandalwood Album Oil or EISO and santalols in skin cell co-cultures in collaboration with University of British Columbia. Suppression of Lipopolysaccharide-stimulated Cytokine/Chemokine Production in Skin Cells by Sandalwood Oils and Purified α-santalol and β-santalol.

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Acne Moy et al, JDD, Dec 2012

Publication of results from the clinical study of the OTC acne kit in 50 patients, showing very strong efficacy and tolerability at 8 weeks as determined by a quantitative measure used in Rx studies.

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