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July-September 2017| Vol 3| Issue 3

Original Article

New orally active artemisinin dimer antimalarials

Objective: To synthesize orally bioavailable artemisinin dimers and the evaluation of their in vivo antimalarial activity. Methods: Artemsisin dimers were synthesized and their antimalar...

Original Article

The effects of different compatibilities of Qing'e formula on scopolamine-induced learning and memory impairment in the mouse

Background: The Qing'e formula (QEF) is a well-known traditional Chinese prescription that has been clinically employed for treatment of bone disease for hundreds of years. Objective:

Review Article

Monoclonal antibody usage strategies for natural products in traditional chinese medicine

Monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) against natural products with low-molecular weights have become an important tool when combined with other analytical systems. Eastern blotting involves a typical staining...

Review Article

Progress of studies on traditional chinese medicine based on complex network analysis

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a distinct medical system that deals with the life–health–disease–environment relationship using holistic, dynamic, and dialectical thinking. Ho...

Review Article

Interactions between traditional chinese medicine and anticancer drugs in chemotherapy

Herbal medicines, including traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs), have been used in Eastern countries for treating diseases such as cancer for thousands of years. With the growing knowledge of tumorig...

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World Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine is sponsored by WFCMS, and is the official journal of GP-TCM RA. The journal is a open access peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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