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Pharmakologie und Toxikologie von Dimethylsulfoxid (DMSO)

  • B. Calesnick
  • A. Dinan

Zusammenfassung

DMSO wurde früher als Lösungsmittel in chemischen Laboratorien, als Frostschutzmittel, Hydraulikflüssigkeit und als Farben- und Lackentferner in der Industrie eingesetzt. Schon um 1960 begann sich die Aufmerksamkeit auf den therapeutischen Einsatz bei Muskelschmerzen, Verstauchungen, Neuralgien und Gefäßerkrankungen zu richten (dela Torre 1983).

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  • A. Dinan

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