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Figure 4: Effect of royal jelly on scratching counts 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. The number of bouts of scratching behavior was counted for 2h immediately after and 24h after TNCB challenge. 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). #P <0.05, ##P <0.01, ###P <0.001 compared with Nil (Student's t-test), *P <0.05 compared with vehicle (Dunnett's test)

Figure 4: Effect of royal jelly on scratching counts 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. The number of bouts of scratching behavior was counted for 2h immediately after and 24h after TNCB challenge. 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). #<i>P</i> <0.05, ##<i>P</i> <0.01, ###<i>P</i> <0.001 compared with Nil (Student's t-test), *<i>P</i> <0.05 compared with vehicle (Dunnett's test)