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Escin has been used extensively to treat chronic venous insufficiency, hemorrhoids, and edema resulting from cerebral ischemic damage, trauma or operation. However, no studies have looked at the anti-inflammatory properties of escin administered by intravenous injection, and it is still not clear whether escin has an effect on the immune system. This study seeks to investigate the timedependent anti-inflammatory properties of escin and its effect on the immune system. The anti-inflammatorydoi:10.1016/s1734-1140(09)70122-7 pmid:19815952 fatcat:4elazd4qavbr7iqdeeo2rwkkii