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Oxymatrine is a natural alkaloid isolated from the root of S. flavescens, an herb used in traditional Chinese herbal medicine.1 It has antiviral properties, inhibiting the replication of hepatitis B alone and in combination with lamivudine.2,3 Oxymatrine also prevents fibrosis in a number of organs including liver, at least in part by interfering with TGF-
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Ling, Q., Xu, X., Wei, X., et al. Oxymatrine induces human pancreatic cancer PANC-
2. Cui, X., Wang, Y., Kokudo, N., et al. Traditional Chinese medicine and related active compounds against hepatitis B virus infection Biosci.Trends 4(2), 39-47 (2010).
3. Ma, Z.J., Li, Q., Wang, J.B., et al. Combining oxymatrine or matrine with lamivudine increased its antireplication effect against the hepatitis B virus in vitro Evidence-Based Complementary and alternative Medicine 2013, 186573 (2013).
4. Chai, N.L., Fu, Q., Shi, H., et al. Oxymatrine liposome attenuates hepatic fibrosis via targeting hepatic stellate cells World Journal of Gastroenterology 18(31), 4199-4206 (2012).
Wu, X.L., Zeng, W.Z., Jiang, M.D., et al. Effect of oxymatrine on the TGβSmad signaling pathway in rats with CCl4-
Guzman, J.R., Koo, J.S., Goldsmith, J.R., et al. Oxymatrine prevents NF-