The inhibitory effect of shakuyakukanzoto on K+ current in H9c2 cells.

Abstract

Shakuyakukanzoto (shao-yao-gan-cao-tang) is a commonly used Chinese traditional herbal medicine for the treatment of acute pain with muscle cramp. However, its mechanism of action is unclear. We previously reported that a low concentration of Kanzo (licorice) and isoliquiritigenin, a component of licorice, inhibited the potassium (K(+)) current in H9c2… (More)

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@article{Suganami2014TheIE, title={The inhibitory effect of shakuyakukanzoto on K+ current in H9c2 cells.}, author={Azusa Suganami and Kazuho Sakamoto and Tomoyuki Ono and Hirotake Watanabe and Nahoko Hijioka and Masahiro Murakawa and Junko Kimura}, journal={Fukushima journal of medical science}, year={2014}, volume={60 1}, pages={22-30} }