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  • [Effect of various phytotherapeutic expectorants on mucociliary transport]. [Journal Article]
    Fortschr Med 1980; 98(3):95-101Müller-Limmroth W, Fröhlich HH
  • The normal transport velocity of the isolated ciliated epithelium of the frog oesophagus was proved to be 228 +/- 15 micron . s-1. Bromhexin increased this transport rate 1.34 fold and KNEIPP-Hustentee 1.38 fold. The components of the cough tea had different effects on the mucociliar activity. The following ingredients increased the transport rate with falling rank order: Folia farfarae (coltsfoo…
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