Tag Archives: ulcerative colitis

The Chinese herbal formula Huang Qin Tang relieves ulcerative colitis

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Background: The clinical treatment of ulcerative colitis is limited. A traditional Chinese medicinal formula, Huang Qin Tang, is chronicled in Shang Han Lun and is widely used to ameliorate gastrointestinal disorders, such as ulcerative colitis; however, its mechanism is yet to be clarified. Purpose: The present study aimed to investigate the effect …

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The Chinese herbal formula Wu Mei Wan is effective for ulcerative colitis

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Background: Evidence has shown that the traditional Chinese herbal medicine Wu Mei Wan has a protective effect on ulcerative colitis. Here, we studied the anti-inflammatory effects and potential mechanisms of Wu Mei Wan on chronic colitis in mice. Methods: A dextran sulfate sodium (DSS)-induced chronic colitis model and CD45RBhighCD4+ T cell transfer …

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How the Chinese herbal formula Huang Qin Tang is effective for ulcerative colitis

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Huang Qin Tang is a Traditional Chinese Medicine formula for ulcerative colitis. However, the pharmacology and molecular mechanism of Huang Qin Tang on ulcerative colitis is still unclear. Combined microarray analysis, network pharmacology, and molecular docking for revealing the therapeutic targets and molecular mechanism of Huang Qin Tang against ulcerative …

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Acupuncture and moxibustion are effective in the treatment of ulcerative colitis

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Acupuncture and moxibustion have definite clinical effects on treating ulcerative colitis, but their mechanism is still unclear. To investigate the molecular mechanisms, we applied herb-partitioned moxibustion or electroacupuncture at the Tianshu (ST25) points on UC rats and used RNA sequencing to identify molecular consequences. Male Sprague Dawley (SD) rats were …

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Moxibustion helps ulcerative colitis

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Methods: A total of 51 C57BL/6N mice were randomized into a 7-day control group (n=8), a 7-day model group (n=7), a 7-day moxibustion group (n=7), a 14-day control group (n=6), a 14-day model group (n=14) and a 14-day moxibustion group (n=9). In the model groups and the moxibustion groups, 2% dextran …

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