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Volume: 56 Issue: 8

1. Research progress of plant-derived vesicles and their biomedical applications Page:2039—2047
2. Research advances on the chemical components and pharmacological activities of Zanthoxyli Radix Page:2169—2181
3. Progress on the application of artificial intelligence technology in ligand-based and receptor structure-based drug screening Page:2136—2145
4. Research advances on the effect of ginsenoside Rg1 on angiogenesis and vascular protection Page:2146—2153
5. Molecular authentication of the medicinal species of Rhizoma et Radix Heraclei, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Radix Angelicae Pubescentis and Rhizoma et Radix Notopterygii by integrating ITS2 and its secondary structure Page:2289—2294
6. Analysis of fungal diversity on the surface of Armeniacae Semen Amarum using a DNA metabarcoding technique Page:2295—2301
7. Interlaboratory method validation of HPLC-FMA for determination of polysorbate 80 in monoclonal antibodies Page:2276—2281
8. Application of bioisostere difluoromethyl in medicinal chemistry and the research progress in its synthetic methods Page:2182—2196
9. Anwulignan alleviates liver damages in exhausted mice by activating NRF2 Page:2230—2240
10. Phospholipid peroxidation: a key factor in "susceptibility" to neurodegenerative diseases Page:2154—2163
11. Guidelines investigation and technical considerations of virus safety during investigational new drug application of innovative monoclonal antibody products Page:2308—2314
12. The effect of acute hypobaric hypoxia on bile acid composition in the small intestine of rats Page:2260—2265
13. Desorption electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry in the analysis of natural medicines Page:2204—2216
14. Based on weak bond chemistry, the interaction mechanism between glycyrrhiza protein and berberine in water decocting process of Rhizoma Coptidis and Liquorice was investigated Page:2119—2126
15. The protective role of IMM-H004 on hepatic ischemia-reperfusion injury in mice Page:2217—2222
16. Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic modeling for predicting drug-drug interactions induced by acid-reducing agents Page:2197—2203
17. Protopine inhibits the growth of hepatocellular carcinoma through a mitochondrially mediated apoptosis pathway Page:2223—2229
18. Preparation, characterization and in vitro release of berberine hydrochloride resin complex Page:2282—2288
19. Methyl jasmonate stimulates the synthesis and accumulation of asperosaponin VI in the roots of Dipsacus asper Page:2302—2307
20. Ophiopogonin D interferes with ferroptosis to reduce the damage of cardiomyocytes induced by ophiopogonin D' Page:2241—2247
21. Secondary metabolites of endophyte Alternaria sp. W-1 from Laminaria japonica Page:2248—2251
22. Improving compactibility properties of Lonicera Japonica Flos by Plasdone S-630 Page:2127—2135
23. Design, synthesis, and activity study of α-conotoxin A10LPnIA fluorescent probe Page:2252—2259
24. Structure and identification of immune fragments of acid-degraded oligosaccharides from active Astragalus polysaccharides APS-Ⅱ Page:2266—2275
25. Preparation and properties of extracellular vesicle-like nanoparticles from medicinal and edible plants Page:2086—2092
26. Self-assembly performance of triterpene natural small molecules and their application in synergistic antitumor chemotherapy Page:2102—2111
27. Mechanism of pulmonary artery remodeling induced by calcium overload induced by hypoxia Page:2164—2168
28. The effect of Moutan cortex carbonisata nano-components on the blood-cooling and hemostatic Page:2093—2101
29. The overview of the property system and characterization techniques of Chinese medicine materials before the pharmaceutical Page:2048—2058
30. Research progress and thinking on improving physicochemical properties and efficacy of the active ingredients in traditional Chinese medicine based on crystal structure Page:2059—2069
31. Spatial heterogeneity and physical structure basis of antibacterial activity of Ma-Xing-Shi-Gan Decoction Page:2112—2118
32. The research progress on the structure pharmaceutics and dosage form structures of traditional Chinese medicines Page:2070—2085