Anti-Inflammation activity ofActinidia polygama

@article{Kim2003AntiInflammationAO,
  title={Anti-Inflammation activity ofActinidia polygama},
  author={Yoo Kyung Kim and Hyo Joo Kang and Kyung Tae Lee and Jin Gyu Choi and Sung Hyun Chung},
  journal={Archives of Pharmacal Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={26},
  pages={1061-1066}
}
The fruit of Actinidia polygama (AP) has long been used as a folk medicine in Korea for treating pain, rheumatic arthritis and inflammation. The present investigation was carried out to determine thein vivo andin vitro anti-inflammatory activity of AP using several animal models of inflammation. The 70% ethanol extract of the fruit of AP significantly inhibited acetic acidinduced, vascular permeability in a dose dependent manner (23%, 38%, and 41% inhibition at doses of 200 mg/kg, 500 mg/kg and… 
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