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- Sho Shirakashi; Yoshiki Kishimoto; Ryuhei Kinami; Hiromitsu Katano; Katsuya Ishimaru; Osamu Murata; Naoki Itoh; Kazuo Ogawa
- Parasitology international 2012 v.61 no.2 pp. 242-249
- Cardicola; Opisthorchis; Thunnus orientalis; arteries; blood; blood flukes; correlation; eggs; encapsulation; fibroblasts; gills; histopathology; internal transcribed spacers; mortality; parasitology; risk; sodium hydroxide; tuna; Japan
- ... Infestations of blood flukes of the genus Cardicola have been observed in juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna (PBT) cultured in Japan. Infected fish harbor large numbers of parasite eggs in their gills. Although the link between blood fluke infection and juvenile mortality is not clear, accumulation of parasite eggs appears to be pathogenic to the fish. We investigated the origins, general morphology/di ...
- Jishan Fan; Danning Liu; Cuiyao He; Xiaohui Li; Fengtian He
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2016 v.192 pp. 423-430
- Panax notoginseng; Sudan dyes; active ingredients; adhesion; arteries; blood serum; cardiovascular diseases; cell adhesion; cell viability; cultured cells; cytotoxicity; electron microscopy; endothelial cells; heme oxygenase (biliverdin-producing); hydrogen peroxide; low density lipoprotein; monocytes; nitric oxide; oxidative stress; protein synthesis; rats; saponins; signal transduction; staining; superoxide dismutase; traditional medicine; tumor necrosis factor-alpha; China; Japan; Korean Peninsula
- ... Asian countries, such as China, Japan, and Korea, have witnessed a history of more than 1000 years of Panax notoginseng (Burk.) F.H. Chen's application as a famous traditional medicine for cardiovascular diseases (Zhou et al., 2004). The use of Panax notoginseng (Sanqi) was first recorded in “Bencao Gangmu”, which was written by Li Shizhen, a Chinese pharmacologist of the MING dynasty, in 1578. It ...