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Initial Research on Effect of Enrich the Bjlood of Incarvillea younghusnandii
Author of the article:GAO Peng1, JIANG Si-ping2, WANG Jin-wen1, HAN Feng1, WANG Jing1, GAO Ping1
Author's Workplace:(1.State Specialized Lab. of Biocontrol Engineering in Mouse, Insect Pest and Plant Diseases of Grasslands, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610064; 2. Tibet Research Institute of Plateau Creature, Lhasa, 850008)
Key Words:Incarvillea younghusnandii; enrich the blood
Abstract:Incarvillea younghusnandii is a kind of plateau plant widely used to enrich the blood in Tibet area. In order to exploit and utilize this natural resource and identify its effect as drug, the acute blood loss model and hemolytic anemia model have been established on KM mice. According the polarity sections of the extracted drug, the mice were divided into seven groups: positive control group, anaemia model group, aqueous extract group, 80% ethanol extract group, dehydrated alcohol extract group, ethyl acetate extract group, and ether extract group, lavage dose of 0.5 g primitive drug per individual by mouth. After experiment, six physiological index of mice: body weight, the number of red blood cell, white blood cell, haemoglobin value, bone marrow karyocyte and haemoglobin value were determined. The result exhibited that aqueous extract revealed alcohol extract are main active principles and they both showed very significant differences as compared with model group, so their effect on enriching the blood was good.
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