Inhibitory effects of daidzein on intestinal motility in normal and high contractile states

@article{Chen2012InhibitoryEO,
  title={Inhibitory effects of daidzein on intestinal motility in normal and high contractile states},
  author={Da-peng Chen and Yong-jian Xiong and Zeyao Tang and Bo-chao Lv and Yuan Lin},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={1561 - 1566}
}
Context: Daidzein is a naturally occurring compound and has various health benefits. However, its effects on intestinal smooth muscle contractility remain unknown. Aims: The present study was to characterize the effects of daidzein on the contractility of isolated jejunal smooth muscle and its underlying mechanisms. Methods: Ex vivo assay was selected as the major method to determine the effects of daidzein on the contractility of isolated jejunal smooth muscle fragment (JSMF). Results… Expand

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