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Qingkailing injection (QKLI), a modern traditional Chinese medicine preparation, has been widely used in clinics due to its fast and significant efficacy in treatment of high fever. The free amino acids (AAs) were considered to be the most abundant active ingredients indisputably. So developing an accurate and simple determination method to measure the(More)
Fever is one of the most common clinical symptoms of many diseases. Qingkailing (QKL) injection is widely used in China as a clinical emergency medicine due to its good antipyretic effects. It is a herbal formula which is composed by eight kinds of traditional Chinese medicines (TCM). As a kind of typical multiple constituents and multiple actions of TCM,(More)
Shuang-huang-lian injection (SHLI) is a famous Chinese patent medicine, which has been wildly used in clinic for the treatment of acute respiratory tract infection, pneumonia, influenza, etc. The existing randomized controlled trial (RCT) studies suggested that SHLI could afford a certain anti-febrile action. However, seldom does research concern the(More)
Shuang-huang-lian injection (SHLI) is a famous Chinese patent medicine, which has been wildly used in clinic to treat acute respiratory tract infection, pneumonia, influenza, and so forth. Despite the widespread clinical application, the prototype components and metabolites of SHLI have not been fully elucidated, especially in human body. To discover and(More)
Phytoplasmas are agriculturally important pathogens for more than one thousand plant species. Jujube witches’ broom (JWB), a plant disease caused by phytoplasma, is highly fatal in Chinese jujube, an important fruit tree and medicinal crop in Asia. The 16S rDNA of 15 JWB isolates from 4 provinces in North China were amplified, cloned and sequenced. The(More)
Phytoplasmas are associated with diseases of several hundred plant species. Jujube witches’ broom disease (JWB) is a destructive phytoplasma disease in Chinese jujube (Ziziphus jujuba Mill.). Ziziphus jujuba Mill. ‘J5’, an excellent strain with extremely high resistance to JWB, was selected by us. In our previous study, a GST (EC 2.5.1.18) fragment was(More)
Qingkailing injection (QKLI) is a modern Chinese medicine preparation derived from a well-known classical formulation, An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan. Although the clinical efficacy of QKLI has been well defined, its severe adverse drug reactions (ADRs) were extensively increased. Through thorough attempts to reduce ADR rates, it was realized that the effect-based(More)
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