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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 52-62, 2023.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-964307


Bile acids (BAs) are a group of endogenous steroid molecules that regulate lipid, glucose and energy metabolism. They play an important role in maintaining body homeostasis and physiological functions as key signaling molecules for host and gut microbial metabolism. The accurate characterization and quantification of BAs in vivo is of great importance in basic and clinical research. Over the past decades, enzymatic assay, enzyme-linked immunoassay, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), chromatography, and other related techniques have been developed and applied to the detection of BAs. The diverse structures of BAs, the existence of isomers and the complex matrix of biological samples pose great challenges for the detection of endogenous BAs. Ultra-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS) is a robust analytical technique that combines the rapid separation capacities of UPLC with the powerful structural identification capabilities of MS/MS, facilitating the more rapid separation, characterization and accurate quantitative of target analytes in biological samples. UPLC-MS/MS has been widely used in the quantitative analysis of BAs in recent years for its high selectivity, high sensitivity, and high accuracy. This paper summarized the biosynthetic pathways of BAs, sample pretreatment methods, common analytical detection techniques, and highlights the current status of the application of UPLC-MS/MS technology in the analysis of endogenous BAs over the past five years, to provide a reference for the accurate detection of endogenous BAs and further research development and application.

Chinese Journal of Information on Traditional Chinese Medicine ; (12): 118-119, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-707105


Ovarian function is the basis of female reproduction. Due to various causes of ovarian function, manstruation, menstrual cramps and infertility may appear. For infertility caused by ovaries, if the roots are traced, the roots may be low ovarian function. The idea of "disease prevention" should be throughout the treatment. "Pregnancy relying on regulating menstruation" theory should be followed, with a purpose to realize the early identification and early treatment.