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Comparison of Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Effects of Fresh and Dry Products of Zhuang Medicine Asystaia gangetica

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【作者】 Ke YANGXianxing LIANGNing XUQiuli LONGFang CHENChunhui ZENG

【Author】 Ke YANG;Xianxing LIANG;Ning XU;Qiuli LONG;Fang CHEN;Chunhui ZENG;College of Pharmacy, Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine;

【通讯作者】 Chunhui ZENG;

【机构】 College of Pharmacy, Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine

【摘要】 [Objectives] To compare anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of fresh and dry products of Zhuang medicine Asystaia gangetica on mice. [Methods] Experiments were performed using glacial acetic acid to increase capillary permeability in mice, cotton ball to cause granulomatous formation in mice, xylene to cause auricular swelling in mice, chronic inflammation, and acetic acid-induced pain and hot-plate pain. Besides, the anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of fresh and dry products of A. gangetica on mice were observed with the indicators of capillary permeability in the abdominal cavity, swelling rate of auricles, cotton ball granulomas and writhing times, and thermal pain threshold. [Results] Fresh products of A. gangetica had significant inhibitory effects on peritoneal capillary permeability increase in mice induced by glacial acetic acid, mouse auricle swelling induced by xylene, and mouse granuloma formation induced by cotton balls. Dry products of A. gangetica also significantly inhibited the auricle swelling in mice induced by xylene, but the effect intensity was weaker than that of fresh products. In addition, dry products of A. gangetica showed a certain tendency to inhibit the increase of capillary permeability in the abdominal cavity of mice induced by glacial acetic acid. In the analgesic experiment, both fresh and dry products of A. gangetica showed better analgesic effect, but caused pain on the hot plate, and the analgesic effect time of fresh products was shorter than that of dry products. [Conclusions] Both fresh and dry products of Zhuang medicine A. gangetica have certain anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

【基金】 Supported by Talent Cultivation Construction Project of Professor Yang Shilin’s Team of Guangxi University of Chinese Medicine(CS17015)
【所属期刊栏目】 Animal Experiment (2020年03期)
  • 【DOI】10.19600/j.cnki.issn2152-3924.2020.03.020
  • 【分类号】R29
  • 【下载频次】1
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