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  • Liquiritin Apioside Attenuates Laryngeal Chemoreflex but not Mechanoreflex in Rat Pups. [Journal Article]
    Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol 2019Wei W, Gao X, … Xu F
  • Liquiritin apioside (LA), a main flavonoid component of licorice, reportedly suppresses cough responses to inhalation of aerosolized capsaicin (CAP, a stimulant to TRPV1) in conscious guinea pigs via acting on peripheral nerves. However, the evidence of LA having a direct effect on airway sensory fibers is lacking. Considering the important role laryngeal chemoreceptors and mechanoreceptors play …
  • Bioactive Candy: Effects of Licorice on the Cardiovascular System. [Review]
    Foods 2019; 8(10)Deutch MR, Grimm D, … Krüger M
  • Licorice, today chiefly utilized as a flavoring additive in tea, tobacco and candy, is one of the oldest used herbs for medicinal purposes and consists of up to 300 active compounds. The main active constituent of licorice is the prodrug glycyrrhizin, which is successively converted to 3β-monoglucuronyl-18β-glycyrrhetinic acid (3MGA) and 18β-glycyrrhetinic acid (GA) in the intestines. Despite man…
  • Advances in pharmacological activities and mechanisms of glycyrrhizic acid. [Journal Article]
    Curr Med Chem 2019Chen K, Yang R, … Zhu HL
  • Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.) is widely regarded as an important medicinal plant and has been used for centuries in traditional medicine because of its therapeutic properties. Studies have shown that metabolites isolated from licorice have many pharmacological activities, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, participation in immune regulation, anti-tumor and other activities. This article gi…
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