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Yinchenhao Decoction Alleviates Liver Fibrosis by Regulating Bile Acid Metabolism and TGF-β/Smad/ERK Signalling Pathway Journal article
Scientific Reports, 2018,Volume: 8,Issue: 1
Authors:  Cai F.-F.;  Wu R.;  Song Y.-N.;  Xiong A.-Z.;  Chen X.-L.;  Yang M.-D.;  Yang L.;  Hu Y.;  Sun M.-Y.;  Su S.-B.
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Fighting Liver Fibrosis with Naturally Occurring Antioxidants Journal article
PLANTA MEDICA, 2018,Volume: 84,Issue: 18,Page: 1318-1333
Authors:  Lin, Ligen;  Zhou, Fayang;  Shen, Shengnan;  Zhang, Tian
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liver fibrosis  antioxidants  oxidative stress  reactive oxygen species  hepatic stellate cells  natural products  
MK2 mediates macrophage activation and acute lung injury by regulating let-7e miRNA Journal article
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LUNG CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHYSIOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 315,Issue: 3,Page: L371-L381
Authors:  Wu, Yaxian;  He, Huiqiong;  Ding, Yunhe;  Liu, Sirui;  Zhang, Depeng;  Wang, Jun;  Jiang, Hongchao;  Zhang, Dan;  Sun, Lei;  Ye, Richard D.;  Qian, Feng
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acute lung injury  let-7e  lipopolysaccharides  macrophage  MAPK-activated protein kinase 2  miRNA  MK2  
UPLC/Q-TOFMS-Based Metabolomics Approach to Reveal the Protective Role of Other Herbs in An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan Against the Hepatorenal Toxicity of Cinnabar and Realgar Journal article
FRONTIERS IN PHARMACOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 9
Authors:  Xia, Fangbo;  Li, Ao;  Chai, Yushuang;  Xiao, Xiao;  Wan, Jianbo;  Li, Peng;  Wang, Yitao
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An-gong-niu-huang Wan  Cinnabar  Realgar  Metabonomics  Detoxification  Inflammation  
Pinocembrin from Penthorum chinense Pursh suppresses hepatic stellate cells activation through a unified SIRT3-TGF-beta-Smad signaling pathway Journal article
TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 341,Page: 38-50
Authors:  Zhou, Fayang;  Wang, Anqi;  Li, Dan;  Wang, Yitao;  Lin, Ligen
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Liver Fibrosis  Hepatic Stellate Cells  Penthorum Chinense Pursh  Pinocembrin  Sma- And Mad-related Proteins  Silent Mating Type Information Regulation 2 Homolog 3  
Heterogenic transplantation of bone marrow-derived rhesus macaque mesenchymal stem cells ameliorates liver fibrosis induced by carbon tetrachloride in mouse Journal article
PEERJ, 2018,Volume: 6
Authors:  Fu, Xufeng;  Jiang, Bin;  Zheng, Bingrong;  Yan, Yaping;  Wang, Junfeng;  Duan, Yanchao;  Li, Shanshan;  Yan, Li;  Wang, Hong;  Chen, Bingbing;  Sang, Xiongbo;  Ji, Weizhi;  Xu, Ren-He;  Si, Wei
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Mesenchymal Stem Cells  Liver Fibrosis  Paracrine Effects  Rhesus Macaque  
Analysis of Genomes and Transcriptomes of Hepatocellular Carcinomas Identifies Mutations and Gene Expression Changes in the Transforming Growth Factor-β Pathway Journal article
Gastroenterology, 2018,Volume: 154,Issue: 1,Page: 195-210
Authors:  Chen J.;  Zaidi S.;  Rao S.;  Chen J.-S.;  Phan L.;  Farci P.;  Su X.;  Shetty K.;  White J.;  Zamboni F.;  Wu X.;  Rashid A.;  Pattabiraman N.;  Mazumder R.;  Horvath A.;  Wu R.-C.;  Li S.;  Xiao C.;  Deng C.-X.;  Wheeler D.A.;  Mishra B.;  Akbani R.;  Mishra L.
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Cosmic  Gene Regulation  Genetics  Immune Response  Liver Cancer  
Pinocembrin from Penthorum chinense Pursh suppresses hepatic stellate cells activation through a unified SIRT3-TGF-β-Smad signaling pathway Journal article
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 2018,Volume: 341,Page: 38
Authors:  Fayang Zhou;  Anqi Wang;  Dan li;  Yitao Wang;  Ligen Lin
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Hepatic Stellate Cells  Liver Fibrosis  Penthorum Chinense Pursh  Pinocembrin  Silent Mating Type Information Regulation 2 Homolog 3  Sma- And Mad-related Proteins