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Leocarpinolide B attenuates LPS-induced inflammation on RAW264.7 macrophages by mediating NF-κB and Nrf2 pathways Journal article
European Journal of Pharmacology, 2020,Volume: 868
Authors:  Linghu,Ke Gang;  Ma,Qiu Shuo;  Zhao,Guan Ding;  Xiong,Wei;  Lin,Ligen;  Zhang,Qing Wen;  Bian,Zhaoxiang;  Wang,Yitao;  Yu,Hua
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Leocarpinolide b  Nuclear Factor Erythroid 2-related Factor 2 (Nrf2)  Nuclear Transcription Factor-kappa b (Nf-κb)  Rheumatoid Arthritis (Ra)  Sigesbeckiae Herba (Sh)  
Multicellular gene network analysis identifies a macrophage-related gene signature predictive of therapeutic response and prognosis of gliomas Journal article
Journal of Translational Medicine, 2019,Volume: 17,Issue: 1
Authors:  Sun X.;  Liu X.;  Xia M.;  Shao Y.;  Zhang X.D.
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Biomarker  Drug Resistance  Glioma  Macrophages  Multicellular Gene Network  Prognostic Signature  
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  
Discovery and preliminary SAR of 14-aryloxy-andrographolide derivatives as antibacterial agents with immunosuppressant activity Journal article
RSC ADVANCES, 2018,Volume: 8,Issue: 17,Page: 9440-9456
Authors:  Li, Feng;  Li, Xiao-Min;  Sheng, Dekuan;  Chen, Shao-Ru;  Nie, Xin;  Liu, Zhuyun;  Wang, Decai;  Zhao, Qi;  Wang, Yitao;  Wang, Ying;  Zhou, Guo-Chun
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Saikosaponin a and its epimer saikosaponin d exhibit anti-inflammatory activity by suppressing activation of NF-κB signaling pathway Journal article
International Immunopharmacology, 2012,Volume: 14,Issue: 1,Page: 121
Authors:  Lu C.-N.;  Yuan Z.-G.;  Zhang X.-L.;  Yan R.;  Zhao Y.-Q.;  Liao M.;  Chen J.-X.
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Inflammation  Nf-κb  Raw264.7 Cell  Saikosaponin a  Saikosaponin d