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  Jul-Sep 2019 | Vol 15 | Issue  63
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Original Article
The role of the herbal medicines, Rehmanniae radix, Citrus unshiu peel, and Poria cocos wolf, in high-fat diet-induced obesity
Min Ji Kwon, Jung Nam Kim, Eun Yeong Lim, Yun Tai Kim, Hyungwoo Kim, Myeong Ho Jung, Byung Joo Kim
Background: Herbal medicine has been used for the treatment of obesity. Obesity is a very common global health problem, and it is known to be linked to metabolic diseases. Objective: T...
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Original Article
Effects of the herbal medicines on voltage-dependent K+ 2 channels
Jeong Nam Kim, Eun Yeong Lim, Yun Tai Kim, Hyungwoo Kim, Byung Joo Kim
Background: Identification of selective ion channel inhibitors is necessary for understanding the physiological role of these proteins. The voltage-dependent K+ (Kv) channels, ...
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Original Article
Research on mechanism of traditional hot processing on velvet antler based on 1H nuclear magnetic resonance and multivariate statistical analysis
Jingfeng Li, Hui Sun, Xuefeng Bian, Nanxi Zhang, Yaping Wang, Ying Zong, Hui Zhang, Jiaming Sun
Background: The processing of Chinese materia medica is an important part for the preparation of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) which has been believed that can change the chemical compos...
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