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OBJECTIVE To study the effect of active fractions from Lycopus lucidus (L. F04) on platelet aggregation and thrombus formation so as to investigate its mechanism of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. METHOD The effects of Lycopus lucidus L. F04 on platelet aggregation induced by ADP in vivo, and thrombosis of artery-vein by-pass and(More)
Objective. To investigate the effects of Qiang Gu Kang Wei compound on hemorheology in tail-suspended rats. Method. Rats were tail-suspended (-30 degrees) for 21 d to simulate weightlessness. The effect of the compound on erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), hematocrit value (HCT), plasma fibrinogen content (PFC), blood viscosity, red blood cells(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the effects of L.F04, the active fraction of Lycopus lucidus, on erythrocytes rheological property so as to investigate its mechanism in promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. METHOD The effects of L.F04 (used for treatment for 10 days in different dosages) on deformability, aggregation and membrane liquidity of(More)
OBJECTIVE To comprehensively evaluate the health status of 6 volunteers from the Mars 500 Project through analyzing their pulse graphs and determining the changes in cardiovascular function, degree of fatigue and autonomic nervous function. METHODS Six volunteers were recruited; all were male aged 26-38 years (average 31.83±4.96 years). Characteristic(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate effects of Chinese herb-compound on blood rheology and circulatory system of rabbits under simulated weightlessness in order to provide bases for protecting against the influence of simulated weightlessness on cardiovascular function. METHOD Rabbits were exposed to head-down tilt (HDT -20 degrees) for 9 d to simulate(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate effects of Chinese herb compound on myocardial SDH, ATP-ase and energy reserves in tail-suspended rats. METHOD Male SD rats were randomly divided into three groups (n=10 each): (A) normal control group; (B) tail-suspended group; (C) tail-suspended + Chinese Medical herb compound group. Rats in group B and C were tail-suspended(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate effects of "Qiang Gu Kang Wei" prescription on biochemical indices of bone and related organs in tail-suspended rats. METHOD Rats were tail-suspended (-30 degrees) for 21 d to simulate weightlessness. The effect of this prescription on biochemical indices such as Ca, P in serum, osteocalcin (BGP) in serum and bone, oxyproline(More)
Objective. To study the effects of active fractions from Lycopus lucidus (L. F04) on erythrocyte rheology so as to investigate its mechanism of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. Method. The effects of L. F04 on erythrocytes deformability, aggregation, liquidity of membrane were examined in the present study and the blood stasis animal(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate effects of Qiang Gu Kang Wei prescription on bone morphology in tail-suspended rats. METHOD Rats were tail-suspended (-30 degrees) for 21 d to simulate weightlessness. The effects of this prescription on thickness of periost and cortex at epiphyseal plate of tibial shaft and 3 mm under it were examined. The effects of this(More)
Mars500 study was a psychological and physiological isolation experiment conducted by Russia, the European Space Agency, and China, in preparation for an unspecified future manned spaceflight to the planet Mars. Its intention was to yield valuable psychological and medical data on the effects of the planned long-term deep space mission. In this paper, we(More)