Clinical study of Jiawei Yougui pill combined with Jintiange capsule in the treatment of kidney deficiency and blood stasis type OP
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2023-07-01·Zhongguo Zhong yao za zhi = Zhongguo zhongyao zazhi = China journal of Chinese materia medica
[Zuogui Pills and Yougui Pills in differential treatment of diminished ovarian reserve based on metabolomics].
作者: Ying Cao ; Si Chen ; Yue Chen ; Ke-da Zhou ; Pei-Juan Wang ; Qing-Xia Song
Based on the metabolomics, this paper systematically analyzed the metabolic substance basis of Zuogui Pills and Yougui Pills in syndrome differentiation and treatment of diminished ovarian reserve(DOR), so as to provide a scientific basis for the traditional Chinese medicine(TCM) syndrome differentiation and treatment of DOR. Patients with DOR of kidney-Yin deficiency syndrome were collected from outpatient department of hospitals and treated with Zuogui Pills for 12 weeks. And kidney-Yang deficiency syndrome were treated with Yougui Pills for 12 weeks. Based on the non-targeted metabolomic research techniques, the potential biomarkers of Zuogui Pills and Yougui Pills in the treatment of DOR with kidney-Yin deficiency and kidney-Yang deficiency, respectively, were screened out, and metabolic pathways of biomarkers were analyzed. The pregnancy rate, basic serum hormone levels [basal follicle-stimulating hormone(bFSH), basal-luteinizing hormone(bLH), basal-estradiol(bE_2), and anti-Müllerian hormone(AMH)], TCM syndrome type score, and Kupperman score were recorded and statistically analyzed after treatment. The results showed that 23 patients with DOR of kidney-Yin deficiency syndrome and 25 patients of kidney-Yang deficiency syndrome were collected. Twenty-six differential metabolites, including L-carnitine, acetyl-CoA, coenzyme A, and coenzyme Q_(10)(CoQ10), were mapped to 12 metabolic pathways in patients with kidney-Yin deficiency treated with Zuogui Pills. Twenty-two differential metabolites, such as adipoyl-CoA, L-lysine, lysine arginine, and α-tocopherol, were mapped to 11 metabolic pathways in patients with kidney-Yang deficiency. After treatment, bFSH and bLH of patients with DOR were significantly lower than those before treatment(P<0.05). Although the comparison of bE_2 and AMH had no significant differences, there was a improvement trend. The TCM syndrome type score and Kupperman score of patients with DOR after TCM treatment were significantly lower than those before treatment(P<0.05).
2023-06-01·Journal of traditional Chinese medicine = Chung i tsa chih ying wen pan
Zuogui and Yougui pills improve perimenopausal syndrome regulation of apoptosis in mice.
作者: Wang Tianqi ; L I Zining ; Chen Ting ; Chen Rui ; Jin Ya ; Oduro Patrick Kwabena ; Zhang Han ; Wang Yi
To examine, dissect, and understand the molecular mechanisms and combinatorial effects of Zuogui (, ZGP) and Yougui pills (, YGP) in 4-vinyl cyclohexene diepoxide (4-VCD)-induced Perimenopausal syndrome (PMS).
Using the 4-VCD-induced PMS mouse model, uterine and ovary index were measured, and serum sex steroidal hormone levels were evaluated after treatment with ZGP, YGP, ZGP + YGP, estradiol valerate (EV), and Gengnian An (gengnianan, GNA). Histopathological examinations, ingredient-target network predictions, western blotting, and real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction (RT-qPCR) analyses were performed to ascertain the possible pharmacological effects and molecular mechanisms of ZYP and YGP.
Treatment with ZGP and YGP remarkably improves estrous cyclicity and prevents pathological damage to the uterus. Also, altered sex hormones, including AMH, E2, FSH, LH, P, and T, were restored to normal levels after ZGP and YGP administration. Ingredient-target network analysis showed that the 5 ingredients common to the ZGP and YGP formula modulate 53 targets shared with PMS. Pathway-enrichment analysis further predicted that ZGY and YGP likely regulate of apoptosis and other essential pathways during PMS. In-vivo studies showed that ZGP and YGP suppress PMS modulating apoptosis through decreasing Caspase-3 and Bcl-2-associated X (Bax) levels and increasing B-cell lymphoma-2 (Bcl-2)/Bax and Bcl-2 levels. Importantly, ZGP + YGP treatment modulation effects were somewhat or significantly better compared to ZGP or YGP alone treatment.
ZGP and YGP represent novel anti-PMS agents whose effects involve restoring altered hormonal levels, protecting the uterus, and regulating apoptosis.
2022-12-01·Pharmaceutical biology3区 · 医学
Efficacy of Yougui pill combined with Buzhong Yiqi decoction in alleviating the sexual dysfunction in female rats through modulation of the gut microbiota.
3区 · 医学
作者: Yangyun Wang ; Chaoliang Shi ; Wandong Yu ; Wei Jiao ; Guowei Shi
Yougui pill combined with Buzhong Yiqi decoction (YPBYD) is used to relieve sexual dysfunction in clinical practice.
To investigate changes in microbial composition caused by sexual dysfunction and identify dominant bacteria related to YPBYD treatment.
MATERIALS AND METHODS:
Female Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly divided into four groups (n = 6): one group underwent Sham operation (Sham group), while three groups underwent ovariectomy (one model and two treatment groups). The ovariectomized (OVX) rats received oestradiol benzoate (250 µg/kg/week) or YPBYD (3.6 mL/d) via oral gavage for 4 weeks. Vaginal smear assay was performed; the serum levels of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) and oestradiol (E2) were measured, followed by collection of stool samples for 16S rRNA sequencing.
After YPBYD treatment, the levels of E2 and cAMP in OVX rats significantly increased (E2: from 20.45 ± 1.60 ng/L to 24.38 ± 1.70 ng/L; cAMP: from 261.41 ± 9.21 pg/mL to 373.75 ± 17.37 pg/mL). OVX treatment decreased diversity of gut microbiota and YPBYD treatment restored gut microbiota composition. Compared with Sham group, the abundance of Romboutsia significantly increased, while those of Proteobacteria and Staphylococcus markedly decreased in OVX group (all p < 0.05); meanwhile, the abundance of these microbes showed an opposite trend after YPBYD treatment. These microbiotas were involved in tyrosine and tryptophan biosynthesis and fatty acid metabolism.
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS:
These findings are the first to indicate YPBYD can alleviate female sexual dysfunction by modulating gut microbiota in OVX rats, which will help enhance the understanding on potential mechanism of YPBYD against sexual dysfunction.