A Network Pharmacology Study of Chinese Medicine QiShenYiQi to Reveal Its Underlying Multi-Compound, Multi-Target, Multi-Pathway Mode of Action

@inproceedings{Li2014ANP,
  title={A Network Pharmacology Study of Chinese Medicine QiShenYiQi to Reveal Its Underlying Multi-Compound, Multi-Target, Multi-Pathway Mode of Action},
  author={Xiang Li and Leihong Wu and Binh Yen Nguyen and Yecheng Jin and Qian Chen and Linli Wang and Xiaohui Fan and Zheng Li and Yiyu Cheng},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Chinese medicine is a complex system guided by traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theories, which has proven to be especially effective in treating chronic and complex diseases. However, the underlying modes of action (MOA) are not always systematically investigated. Herein, a systematic study was designed to elucidate the multi-compound, multi-target and multi-pathway MOA of a Chinese medicine, QiShenYiQi (QSYQ), on myocardial infarction. QSYQ is composed of Astragalus membranaceus (Huangqi… CONTINUE READING
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