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Figure 3: Effect of royal jelly on clinical score of skin symptoms induced by repeated application of TNCB. Vehicle (hydrophilic ointment) and royal jelly were applied daily from day 0 to day 33, whereas betamethasone was applied daily from day 12 to day 33. Skin score was determined at 24h after application of TNCB. Nil: acetone/olive oil treatment; Veh: TNCB treatment; RJ: royal jelly (0.01% and 1%); BV: betamethasone valerate (0.01%). Values represent mean±SEM (n=7-8)

Figure 3: Effect of royal jelly on clinical score of skin symptoms induced by repeated application of TNCB. Vehicle (hydrophilic ointment) and royal jelly were applied daily from day 0 to day 33, whereas betamethasone was applied daily from day 12 to day 33. Skin score was determined at 24h after application of TNCB. Nil: acetone/olive oil treatment; Veh: TNCB treatment; RJ: royal jelly (0.01% and 1%); BV: betamethasone valerate (0.01%). Values represent mean±SEM (<i>n</i>=7-8)