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Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine is supervised by State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the People's Republic of China and sponsored by China Association of Chinese Medicine. The journal publishes the latest research achievements of specialists, scholars，and the phased development of scientific research projects on different grades, and keeps synchronized development with academic research of TCM. Meanwhile, it prepares a green channel for thesis of national scientific research projects to be published in priority. The journal is included in CA.
Wang Yongyan;Shi Xuemin;
Zhang Boli;Kang Tingguo;
Exploring Mechanism of Yuxuebi Capsule (瘀血痹胶囊) on Atherosclerotic Inflammation and Immunity Based on IKK/IκB/NF-κB Signaling Pathway
Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine,2022,No. 05
The immune and inflammatory response related to atherosclerosis (AS) is a hotspot of current medical research. Among the many pathways involved in the immune-inflammatory response mechanism of AS, the IKK/IκB/NF-κB signaling pathway is the common signaling pathway of the two. This article first discussed the relationship between “internal Bi syndrome” and “external Bi syndrome” in TCM “Bi Syndrome”. It also explained the relationship between immunity, inflammation and the development of atherosclerosis from the perspective of modern medicine, and further discussed IKK/IκB. /NF-κB signaling pathway. Based on the above theoretical basis, the research team intends to start with the NF-κB signaling pathway to explore the mechanism of action of a large variety of traditional Chinese medicine Yuxuebi Capsule (瘀血痹胶囊) on the immune and inflammatory response of atherosclerosis through in vivo experiments, aiming to study the theory of “different diseases treated with the same treatment” of traditional Chinese medicine and provide a scientific basis and new ideas for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases with integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine.