A Network-Based Pharmacology Study of the Herb-Induced Liver Injury Potential of Traditional Hepatoprotective Chinese Herbal Medicines.

Abstract

Herbal medicines are widely used for treating liver diseases and generally regarded as safe due to their extensive use in Traditional Chinese Medicine practice for thousands of years. However, in recent years, there have been increased concerns regarding the long-term risk of Herb-Induced Liver Injury (HILI) in patients with liver dysfunction. Herein, two… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/molecules22040632

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@article{Hong2017ANP, title={A Network-Based Pharmacology Study of the Herb-Induced Liver Injury Potential of Traditional Hepatoprotective Chinese Herbal Medicines.}, author={Ming Hong and Tong Li and Hor-Yue Tan and Fan Cheung and Ning Wang and Jihan Huang and Yibin Feng}, journal={Molecules}, year={2017}, volume={22 4} }