Anti-oxidative, anti-secretory and anti-inflammatory activities of the extract from the root bark of Lycium chinense (Cortex Lycii) against gastric ulcer in mice

@article{Chen2016AntioxidativeAA,
  title={Anti-oxidative, anti-secretory and anti-inflammatory activities of the extract from the root bark of Lycium chinense (Cortex Lycii) against gastric ulcer in mice},
  author={Hongxia Chen and Opeyemi Joshua Olatunji and Yifeng Zhou},
  journal={Journal of Natural Medicines},
  year={2016},
  volume={70},
  pages={610-619}
}
AbstractThe evaluation of the antioxidant, anti-secretory and anti-inflammatory potentials of the ethyl acetate fraction (ELC) from the root bark of Lycium chinense against ethanol-induced gastric ulcer in mice and the possible mechanisms underlying this action was performed. The results indicated that oral administration of ELC (50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg) before ethanol-induced ulcer increased the gastric mucus content, restored the superoxide dismutase and glutathione levels, reduced… 
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