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- Yang, Ying-Chen, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Phytomedicine 2019 v.59 pp. 152756
- Gastrodia elata; Western blotting; confocal laser scanning microscopy; epilepsy; etiology; free radicals; gene overexpression; genes; headache; herbal medicines; homeopathic drugs; liver; mitochondria; models; monitoring; mutants; neuroprotective effect; protein synthesis; rats; therapeutics
- ... According to Compendium of Materia Medica, Gastrodia elata (GE) Blume as a top grade and frequently prescribed herbal medicine has been used in treating dizziness, headaches, and epilepsy, indicating a neuroprotective effect. Because GE is capable of suppressing a hyperactive liver and thus calming endogenous wind, and because Huntington's disease (HD) can be classified as a phenomenon of disturbe ...