Monrudee Sukma

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Wakan-yaku is a type of Japanese and Sino traditional, systematized medical care that has been practiced for hundreds of years. To search for novel intrinsic factors related to the action of antidepressants, we used Hochu-ekki-to (HET), a Wakan-yaku medicine with antidepressive effects. First, we verified the quality of the HET by three-dimensional(More)
The present study determined the pharmacological profile of barakol, a major constituent of Cassia siamea Lamk., in rodent behavioral and neurochemical tests. Barakol reduced spontaneous locomotor activity, increased the number of sleeping animals and prolonged the thiopental-induced sleeping time, indicating a sedative effect. As for interactions between(More)
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