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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-335770


Chinese medicinal formulae are the important means of clinical treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. It is urgent to use modern advanced scientific and technological means to reveal the complicated mechanism of Chinese medicinal formulae because they have the function characteristics of multiple components, multiple targets and integrated regulation. The systematic and comprehensive research model of proteomic is in line with the function characteristics of Chinese medicinal formulae, and proteomic has been widely used in the study of pharmacological mechanism of Chinese medicinal formulae. The recent applications of proteomic in pharmacological study of Chinese medicinal formulae in anti-cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, anti-liver disease, antidiabetic, anticancer, anti-rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases were reviewed in this paper, and then the future development direction of proteomic in pharmacological study of Chinese medicinal formulae was put forward. This review is to provide the ideas and method for proteomic research on function mechanism of Chinese medicinal formulae.

Journal of Medical Biomechanics ; (6): E355-E360, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-804429


Objective To study the relationship between on-line correction and stiffness of the upper limb during human movements, so as to improve the measurement accuracy of stiffness and to assess the on-line correction capability. Methods Five kinds of upper limb goal-directed movements in a horizontal plane were designed. The stiffness values at 5 different positions, i.e. in the early period, early to mid period, mid period, mid to late period and late period separately during the movements with sudden perturbation were measured to investigate the regular pattern of human hand stiffness influenced by such on-line correction, as well as the relationship between the movement accuracy and hand stiffness. Results The stiffness was always varying during the movements, and the variation of the stiffness would influence the movement error. On-line correction during the movements could induce an increase in the value of stiffness amplitude, especially at the position in late period of the movement. However, no significant linkage was found between the change of stiffness and the occurrence time or content of on-line correction. Conclusions On-line correction plays an important role in goal-directed movements. Considering that on-line correction may cause a change in the amplitude of the stiffness, the on-line correction function of patients can be more accurately assessed by measuring stiffness value in specific experiments, combined with other medical diagnosis methods in clinic.