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UPLC-MS-based metabonomic analysis of intervention effects of Da-Huang-Xiao-Shi decoction on ANIT-induced cholestasis.

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Summary of "UPLC-MS-based metabonomic analysis of intervention effects of Da-Huang-Xiao-Shi decoction on ANIT-induced cholestasis."

Cholestasis, caused by hepatic accumulation of bile acids, is a serious manifestation of liver diseases resulting in liver injury, fibrosis, and liver failure with limited therapies. Da-Huang-Xiao-Shi decoction (DHXSD) is a representative formula for treating jaundice and displays bright prospects in liver protective effect.

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Name: Journal of ethnopharmacology
ISSN: 1872-7573
Pages: 111860

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