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Special Issue "Traditional Medicine – Unraveling Its Molecular Mechanism"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 May 2018).
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Interests: molecular biology; cell biology; biochemistry; analytical chemistry; pharmacy; medical chemistry; clinical pharmacology; toxicology; reactive oxygen species; free radicals; antioxidants; oxidative stress; redox modulation; nutrition; flavonoids; thiols; glutathione; reactive intermediates; lipid peroxidation; kinetics; structure activity relationship; biomarkers
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Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Traditional Medicine: Connecting West and East
Traditional medicine is practiced in various cultures. Often it has had a long history; for example, traditional Chinese medicine has developed for over 2000 years and has contributed to Chinese prosperity. In the Western world, traditional medicine is more and more valued and the use of traditional medicine is on the rise. One of the impediments is that, in the West, knowledge of traditional medicine is lacking. This has led to adverse effects due to the improper use of traditional medicine, which harms its introduction. This Special Issue is dedicated to further unravel the molecular mechanism of the mode of action and toxicity of traditional medicine, to connect traditional medicine to Western medicine. This is in line with the “Global Strategy and Plan of Action on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property” adopted at the 61st World Health Assembly in 2008, which states that traditional medicine should be further developed by stimulation of research and innovation. Previous studies demonstrate the broadness of pallet of the bioactives, as well as their intricate interplay in traditional medicine, aimed to cure diseases with minimal side effects. Western medicine will benefit from further unraveling of these interactions, which will also help to fully appreciate traditional medicine in the West.Prof. Dr. Guido Haenen
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- Traditional Medicine
- Herbal medicine
- Molecular mechanism