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Screening of blood-activating active components from Danshen–Honghua herbal pair by spectrum-effect relationship analysis
Wang Y.-L.3; Zhang Q.3; Yin S.-J.3; Cai L.3; Yang Y.-X.3; Liu W.-J.1; Hu Y.-J.2; Chen H.3; Yang F.-Q.3
2019-02-15
Source PublicationPhytomedicine
ISSN1618095X 09447113
Volume54Pages:149-158
AbstractBackground: Danshen (Salvia miltiorrhiza, DS) and Honghua (Carthamus tinctorius, HH) are commonly used traditional Chinese medicines for activating blood and removing stasis, and DS-HH (DH) herbal pair had potential synergistic effects on promoting blood circulation. Therefore, it is essential to make clear the active components of this herbal pair for better understanding their potential synergistic effects. Purpose: To comprehensively evaluate the activity of DH herbal pair on physiological coagulation system of rats, and seek their potential active components by spectrum-effect relationship analysis. Methods: The water extracts of DH herbal pair with different proportions (DS: HH = 1:1, 2:1, 3:1, 5:1, 1:5 and 1:3) were prepared. Male Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly divided into eight groups: blank group, model group, model + 1:1 (DH) group, model + 2:1 group, model + 3:1 group, model + 5:1 group, model + 1:5 group and model + 1:3 group. The intragastric administration was performed for eight times with 12 h intervals. SC40 semi-automatic coagulation analyzer was employed to determine coagulation indices. Meanwhile, HPLC and LC-MS were applied for chemical analyses of DH extracts. Finally, the active ingredients were screened by spectrum-effect relationship analysis and the activities of major predicted compounds were validated in vitro. Results: Different proportions of DH extracts could significantly prolong thrombin time (TT) and activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT), increase prothrombin time (PT) and decrease fibrinogen (FIB) content, reduced whole blood viscosity (WBV) and plasma viscosity (PV), decreased erythrocyte sedimentation rate blood (ESR) compared with model group. Furthermore, fifteen highly related components were screened out by the spectrum-effect relationship and LC-MS analysis, of which caffeic acid, salvianolic acid B, hydroxysafflor yellow A and lithospermate acid had significant blood-activing effect by prolong APTT and decrease FIB content at high (0.6 mM), medium (0.3 mM) and low (0.15 mM) (except lithospermate acid) concentrations in vitro. Conclusions: DH herbal pair showed strong blood-activating effect on blood stasis rat through regulating the parameters involved in haemorheology and plasma coagulation system. Four active compounds, caffeic acid, salvianolic acid B, hydroxysafflor yellow A and lithospermate acid predicted by spectrum-effect relationship analysis had good blood-activating effect. Therefore, spectrum-effect relationship analysis is an effective approach for seeking active components in herbal pairs.
KeywordBlood-activating effect Carthamus tinctorius Herbal pair Salvia miltiorrhiza Spectrum-effect relationship
DOI10.1016/j.phymed.2018.09.176
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Language英語
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
2.Universidade de Macau
3.Chongqing University
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Wang Y.-L.,Zhang Q.,Yin S.-J.,et al. Screening of blood-activating active components from Danshen–Honghua herbal pair by spectrum-effect relationship analysis[J]. Phytomedicine,2019,54:149-158.
APA Wang Y.-L..,Zhang Q..,Yin S.-J..,Cai L..,Yang Y.-X..,...&Yang F.-Q..(2019).Screening of blood-activating active components from Danshen–Honghua herbal pair by spectrum-effect relationship analysis.Phytomedicine,54,149-158.
MLA Wang Y.-L.,et al."Screening of blood-activating active components from Danshen–Honghua herbal pair by spectrum-effect relationship analysis".Phytomedicine 54(2019):149-158.
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