β-Amyrin from Ardisia elliptica Thunb . is more potent than aspirin in inhibiting collagen-induced platelet aggregation

@inproceedings{Ching2010AmyrinFA,
  title={β-Amyrin from Ardisia elliptica Thunb . is more potent than aspirin in inhibiting collagen-induced platelet aggregation},
  author={Jianhong Ching and Tung-Kian Chua and Yun-Keng Pang and Johannes Murti Jaya and C H Tan and Hwee-ling Koh},
  year={2010}
}
Ardisia elliptica Thunberg (Myrsinaceae) is a medicinal plant traditionally used for alleviating chest pains, treatment of fever, diarrhoea, liver poisoning and parturition complications. The objectives of the study were to investigate the effect of A. elliptica on collagen induced platelet aggregation and to isolate and purify potential antiplatelet components. Fresh A. elliptica leaves were extracted using methanol (70% v/v) by Soxhlet extraction and the extract was analysed for its… CONTINUE READING

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