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The Effect of Angelicae gigantis radix according to Heat-process on Anti-Oxidant and Anti-Thrombotic
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  • Journal title : The Korea Journal of Herbology
  • Volume 31, Issue 3,  2016, pp.13-22
  • Publisher : The Korea Association of Herbology
  • DOI : 10.6116/kjh.2016.31.3.13.
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The Effect of Angelicae gigantis radix according to Heat-process on Anti-Oxidant and Anti-Thrombotic
Kim, Min Yeong; Kown, O Jun; Choo, Byung Kil; Lee, Chia Wei; Park, Eun Hey; Kim, Hong Jun;
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Objectives: Arachidonic acid is control the thromboxane A2 (TXA2) and prostacycline (PGI2) synthesis, TXA2 increase lead to thrombus produced by induces platelet aggregation and vasoconstriction. Angelicae gigantis radix (RAR) is mainly used blood deficiency and stagnation. In previous studies, RAR has been reported that a vasodilating and blood clotting delay effects. In this study, investigate that anti-oxidant and anti-thrombotic effects of RAR by heat-process.Methods: The heated angelicae gigantis radix sample were made by 140, 180, and 220 ℃ and 4, 6, 9 and 12 min using water or 30% ethanol. The anti-oxidant effects were measured by total polyphenol, total flavonoid, DPPH and ABTS radical scavening activation. Anti-thrombotic effect conducted in samples that are determined to be effective through the anti-oxidant experiment such as angelicae gigantis radix roasted 180℃, and 220℃ and angelicae gigantis radix roasted with 30% ethanol 180℃, and 220℃.Results: Anti-oxidant parameters were efficacious in high temperature roasted AR. Also AR and EAR increased a inhibitory activity of FXa compared with RAR. The blood coagulation time of administration groups were significantly increased compare with control group. The TXB2 was significantly decreased in AR and EAR.Conclusions : We confirmed that whether AR and EAR administration has anti-oxidant and anti-thrombotic effect or not. As the results, AR and EAR were improved anti-oxidant effects and blood biochemistry compare with control group. This study provides scientific evidence that AR and EAR are have an anti-oxidant effect and anti-thrombotic effect, it expected that there is no difference between the two.
Angelicae gigantis radix;stir-frying;anti-oxidant effect;anti-thrombotic effect;FXa;TXB2;
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