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China Pharmacist ; (12): 1621-1624, 2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-504593


Objective:To compare the anti-thrombin activity and the effects on the coagulation pathway between Whitmania pigra Whitman and Hirudinaria manillensis to provide scientific reference for the anticoagulation mechanism revelation for Hirudo. Methods:Anti-thrombin titration and chromogenic substrate assay-extraction-HPLC were applied to study the anti-thrombin activity of Whitmania pigra Whitman and Hirudinaria manillensis. APTT, PT and TT were determined by a clotting assay to compare the effects on the path-way of blood clotting. Results:The anticoagulation activity order measured by anti-thrombin titration was living Hirudinaria manillensis> dried Hirudinaria manillensis > > dried Whitmania pigra Whitman. The results of chromogenic substrate assay-extraction-HPLC in-dicated that the low dose of aqueous extract promoted the thrombin activity, while the high dose inhibited the thrombin activity. Hirudi-naria manillensis significantly inhibited the activity of thrombin, while Whitmania pigra Whitman showed weak anti-thrombin activity only at the higher dose. All leeches could prolong APTT, PT and TT. However, living Hirudinaria manillensis mainly affected TT, and dried Hirudinaria manillensis mainly affected APTT. Dried Whitmania pigra Whitman dramatically influenced APTT and TT. All the results indicated that the anticoagulant activity of Whitmania pigra Whitmanis was significantly higher than that of Hirudinaria manillen-sis. Conclusion:There are notable differences in the anti-thrombin activity and the effect on the pathway of blood clotting between Whitmania pigra Whitman and Hirudinaria manillensis.

Chinese Journal of Information on Traditional Chinese Medicine ; (12): 92-94, 2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-498434


Objective To establish a pre-column derivation HPLC-UV method for the content determination of hyodeoxycholic acid in artificial calculus bovis. Methods The hyodeoxycholic acid was derived by 2-bromo-2’-acetonaphthoneat using triethylamine as the catalyst in 60 ℃ water bath. After that, a HPLC-UV method was established to determine the content of hyodeoxycholic acid in artificial calculus bovis. Results When the derivatising time at 60 ℃ water bath was 50 min, the radio of the molar amount of derived reagents and hyodeoxycholic was over 20:1 and the radio of catalyst and hyodeoxycholic was over 15:1; the reaction was completed. The calibration curve was linear within the range of 0.1–2 μg for hyodeoxycholic acid (r=0.999 7), and the average recovery was 97.85% (RSD=1.6%). In this sample, the content of hyodeoxycholic is 4.12%. Conclusion The method is with high sensitivity, highly reproducible, reliable and accurate for the content determination of hyodeoxycholic acid in artificial calculus bovis.

China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica ; (24): 1836-1839, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-262245


<p><b>OBJECTIVE</b>To investigate the chemical characteristics of pericarps from Illicium species for developing a taxonomic and identification method for Illicium species.</p><p><b>METHOD</b>Twenty two samples from 17 Illicium species were detected with HPLC-MS. The chromatographic data were analyzed by cluster analysis using SAS software.</p><p><b>RESULT</b>According to the similarity of chemical constituents of 22 samples. Illicium can be divided into five chemical sections. At the same time, the distribution of pseudoanisatin, 6-deoxypseudoanisatin, pseudomajucin was evaluated in 22 samples.</p><p><b>CONCLUSION</b>The chemical constituents of pericarp of Illicium species can be characterized well by LC-MS chromatograms. LC-MS chromatograms can be used to identify the Chinese star anise. The results provided a certain basis to classify the Illicium species.</p>

Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid , Methods , Fruit , Chemistry , Illicium , Chemistry , Classification , Mass Spectrometry , Methods , Plant Extracts , Reference Standards , Quality Control