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Menthol: a refreshing look at this ancient compound
Patel T, et al.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 57(5), 873-878 (2007)
A Gelal et al.
Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, 66(2), 128-135 (1999-08-25)
Menthol is widely used in a variety of commercial products and foods, but its clinical pharmacology is not well studied. To determine the disposition kinetics and to examine subjective and cardiovascular effects of menthol, we conducted a crossover placebo-controlled study...
G Haeseler et al.
European journal of anaesthesiology, 19(8), 571-579 (2002-08-31)
Thymol is a naturally occurring phenol derivative used in anaesthetic practice as a stabilizer and preservative of halothane, usually at a concentration of 0.01%. Although analgesic effects have long been described for thymol and its structural homologue menthol, a molecular...
Guide to Receptors and Channels (GRAC), 4th Edition.
British journal of pharmacology, 158 Suppl 1, S1-254 (2009-11-04)
Tibor Rohács et al.
Nature neuroscience, 8(5), 626-634 (2005-04-27)
The subjective feeling of cold is mediated by the activation of TRPM8 channels in thermoreceptive neurons by cold or by cooling agents such as menthol. Here, we demonstrate a central role for phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate (PI(4,5)P(2)) in the activation of recombinant...
Gina M Story et al.
Cell, 112(6), 819-829 (2003-03-26)
Mammals detect temperature with specialized neurons in the peripheral nervous system. Four TRPV-class channels have been implicated in sensing heat, and one TRPM-class channel in sensing cold. The combined range of temperatures that activate these channels covers a majority of...
Peter J McNamara et al.
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 53(5), 1898-1906 (2009-02-19)
Menstrual toxic shock syndrome is a rare but potentially life-threatening illness manifest through the actions of Staphylococcus aureus toxic shock syndrome toxin 1 (TSST-1). Previous studies have shown that tampon additives can influence staphylococcal TSST-1 production. We report here on...
Antonio Celso Saragossa Ramos-Filho et al.
PloS one, 9(11), e111616-e111616 (2014-11-07)
Agonists such as icilin and menthol can activate the cool temperature-sensitive ion channel TRPM8. However, biological responses to menthol may occur independently of TRPM8 activation. In the rodent urinary bladder, menthol facilitates the micturition reflex but inhibits muscarinic contractions of...
Gaurav Mukerji et al.
BMC urology, 6, 6-6 (2006-03-08)
The recent identification of the cold-menthol sensory receptor (TRPM8; CMR1), provides us with an opportunity to advance our understanding of its role in the pathophysiology of bladder dysfunction, and its potential mediation of the bladder cooling reflex. In this study...
R V Olsen et al.
European journal of pain (London, England), 18(9), 1333-1342 (2014-03-26)
Activation of TRPM8 and TRPA1 receptors generates cold and cold pain sensations, respectively, and is presumably important in clinical pain manifestations, such as cold hyperalgesia. This study investigated the interaction between TRPM8 and TRPA1 receptors through stimulation of glabrous human...
Thomas Voets et al.
Nature chemical biology, 1(2), 85-92 (2006-01-13)
Drosophila melanogaster flies carrying the trp (transient receptor potential) mutation are rapidly blinded by bright light, because of the absence of a Ca2+-permeable ion channel in their photoreceptors. The identification of the trp gene and the search for homologs in...
Anne-Mette Haahr et al.
Physiology & behavior, 82(2-3), 531-540 (2004-07-28)
During chewing, the oral cavity functions like a bellow, forcing volatile flavour compounds into the exhaling air to the nasal compartment. Accordingly, we hypothesised that flavour release from chewing gum is predominantly governed by chewing frequency (CF), although other oral...
Debra Martin et al.
Journal of clinical pharmacology, 44(10), 1151-1157 (2004-09-03)
Camphor, menthol, and methyl salicylate occur in numerous over-the-counter products. Although extensively used, there have been no estimates of human exposure following administration via dermal application. Furthermore, there is little information about the pharmacokinetics of those compounds. The authors report...
Ryan Patel et al.
Pain, 155(10), 2097-2107 (2014-08-02)
Menthol has historically been used topically to alleviate various pain conditions. At low concentrations, this non-selective TRPM8 agonist elicits a cooling sensation, however higher concentrations result in cold hyperalgesia in normal subjects and paradoxically analgesia in neuropathic patients. Through behavioural...
Haoxing Xu et al.
The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 25(39), 8924-8937 (2005-09-30)
Camphor is a naturally occurring compound that is used as a major active ingredient of balms and liniments supplied as topical analgesics. Despite its long history of common medical use, the underlying molecular mechanism of camphor action is not understood....
Hatice Büşra Konuk et al.
Folia microbiologica, 65(4), 775-783 (2020-03-21)
Terpenoids, one of the major components of essential oils, are known to exert potent antifungal activity against yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. They have been the subject of a considerable number of investigations that uncovered extensive pharmacological properties, including antifungal and antibacterial...
N. Katagiri et al.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 53, 227-227 (1988)
Yi Liu et al.
International journal of pharmaceutics, 305(1-2), 31-36 (2005-10-13)
The aim of this study is to observe the effect of menthol on the percutaneous penetration and skin analgesic action of tetracaine gel (T-gel). Anesthetic gels containing 4% tetracaine in carbomer vehicle with and without menthol were prepared. The menthol...
Tejesh Patel et al.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 57(5), 873-878 (2007-05-15)
Menthol is a naturally occurring cyclic terpene alcohol of plant origin, which has been used since antiquity for medicinal purposes. Its use in dermatology is ubiquitous, where it is frequently part of topical antipruritic, antiseptic, analgesic, and cooling formulations. Despite...
Joshua E Muscat et al.
Cancer epidemiology, biomarkers & prevention : a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology, 18(1), 35-41 (2009-01-07)
Menthol is a controversial cigarette additive because its physiologic or pharmacologic effects may possibly increase the risk for cancer and its targeted market is the Black community. In a community-based cross-sectional study on 525 Black and White volunteers, we compared...
J Prescott
Physiology & behavior, 66(5), 741-749 (1999-07-15)
Studies using capsaicin-saturated filter papers have shown that the intensity of oral irritation tends to grow over successive samples, a phenomenon known as sensitization. If a hiatus of 5-15 min is then introduced, the intensity of irritation produced by a...
R Eccles
The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology, 46(8), 618-630 (1994-08-01)
Menthol and related cooling compounds such as 'coolant agent 10', are widely used in products ranging from common cold medications to toothpastes, confectionery, cosmetics and pesticides. The review brings together a range of information on production and chemistry of menthol...
G. Solladie et al.
Synthesis, 173-173 (1987)
Catarina L Silva et al.
Talanta, 89, 360-368 (2012-01-31)
A sensitive assay to identify volatile organic metabolites (VOMs) as biomarkers that can accurately diagnose the onset of breast cancer using non-invasively collected clinical specimens is ideal for early detection. Therefore the aim of this study was to establish the...
J S Valdez et al.
Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical sciences and applications, 729(1-2), 163-171 (1999-07-20)
Analytical methods using gas chromatography-flame ionization detection (GC-FID) for the quantitation of camphor and menthol and GC-MS for the quantitation of methyl salicylate have been developed for measurement of low concentrations from human plasma. Anethole serves as the internal standard...
H F Stich et al.
Cancer letters, 15(3), 193-202 (1982-03-01)
Saliva of volunteers chewing betel quid, cured betel nut (Areca catechu), betel leaves (Piper betle), a mixture of quid ingredients (dried betel nut flakes, catechu, cardamon, lime, copra and menthol) and Indian tobacco was collected and examined for its genotoxic...
Robert J Stein et al.
The Journal of urology, 172(3), 1175-1178 (2004-08-18)
Overactive bladder symptoms due to various etiologies have been successfully treated with capsaicin by desensitization of the temperature sensitive vanilloid receptor TRPV1. Recently another temperature sensitive receptor, TRPM8, activated by menthol and cool temperatures (8C to 28C) was described that...
H G Grigoleit et al.
Phytomedicine : international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology, 12(8), 612-616 (2005-08-27)
The principal pharmacodynamic effect of peppermint oil relevant to the gastrointestinal tract is a dose-related antispasmodic effect on the smooth musculature due to the interference of menthol with the movement of calcium across the cell membrane. The choleretic and antifoaming...
Josefin Larsson et al.
Journal of natural products, 68(7), 985-991 (2005-07-26)
Recently various attempts have been made to increase the efficacy and precision of chemical libraries used in high-throughput screening (HTS) drug discovery approaches. One such approach is ChemGPS, which provides a defined chemical space for prescreening evaluation of chemical compound...
Transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1) channel as emerging target for novel analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents.
Pier Giovanni Baraldi et al.
Journal of medicinal chemistry, 53(14), 5085-5107 (2010-04-02)
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