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Plasma pharmacological study on Da huang zhe chong capsule on platelet aggregation of normal person

  • Wang Dong-sheng Email author
  • Chen Fang-ping 
  • Xiao Chang-jiang 
  • He Shi-lin 
  • Fu Bin 
  • Li Xin 
  • Cao Xing-yu 
  • Chen Yan 
  • Xie Qin-zhi 
Medicine

Abstract

Objective To develop a plasma pharmacological method evaluates the effect of Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule on platelet aggregation and its mechanism, which is a representative Traditional Chinese Medicine Patent Prescription Promoting blood circulation by removing blood stasis. Methods Platelets specimens from healthy volunteers made serum and plasma with medicine, while platelet PRP were separated, which were divided into 8groups, i. e. auto-serum, allo-serum, serum with Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule, serum with aspirin, auto-plasma, plasma with Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule, plasma with aspirin, every group added to serum and plasma to hatch. After ADP and adrenalin were added into the specimens and hatched, the effects of specimens on platelet aggregation were observed. Results After ADP adrenalin were added, all the serum groups did not present platelet aggregation, while all the plasma group presented platelet aggregation. P1, P5, Pmax, t and TM have no significant difference (P>0.05) between auto-plasma group and allo-plasma group induced by ADP and adrenalin, P1, P5, t and Pmax have significant differences (P<0.01) and TM decreased significantly (P<0.05) comparing plasma group with Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule and plasma group of aspirin to allo-plasma group. P1, t and Pmax have significant difference (P<0.05), and P5 and TM are simulate comparing plasma group with Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule to plasma group of aspirin. P1, P5, t and Pmax have significant differences (P<0.01), P1, TM have also significant (P<0.05), comparing plasma group of Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule with plasma of aspirin to allo-plasma group induced by adrenalin. P1, P5 and Pmax have significant differences (P<0.05), and t and Pmax are simulate comparing plasma group with Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule with plasma group of aspirin. Conclusion The serum pharmacological study is inappropriate to study platelet aggregation in vitro. The plasma pharmacological study is inappropriate to study platelet aggregation in vitro. The plasma pharmacological study could reflect the pharmacological effect produced in vivo. Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule has better anti artery thrombosis effect than aspirin, and it is an ideal medicine for anti artery thrombosis.

Key words

Da Huang Zhe Chong capsule plasma pharmacology platelet aggregation 

CLC number

R541.1 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wang Dong-sheng 
    • 1
    Email author
  • Chen Fang-ping 
    • 1
  • Xiao Chang-jiang 
    • 1
  • He Shi-lin 
    • 1
  • Fu Bin 
    • 1
  • Li Xin 
    • 1
  • Cao Xing-yu 
    • 1
  • Chen Yan 
    • 1
  • Xie Qin-zhi 
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xiangya HospitalCentral South UniversityChangshaChina

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