Bibliografía de investigación



Ghosal, S.; Lal, J.; Srivatava, R.; Battacharya, R.; Upadhyay, S.N.; Jaiswal, A. K.; Chattopadhyay, U. Anti-stress activity of sitoindosides IX and X, New C-27-glycowithanolides from Withania somnifera . Phytother. Res. 1989, 3, 201–209.

Drake, K.V. On the pharmacology of Schizandra chinensis. Farmakol. Toksikol. 1942, 5, 32–36.

Varlakov, M.N. On the stimulating effect of Schizandra chinensis. Pharmacia 1944, 6, 31–34.

Yefimov, V.V.; Vlasova, L.N. The effect of Schizandra-stimulant on nervous-muscular excitability in man. Biul. Eksp. Biol. Med. 1945, 19, 29–30.

Zhestyanikov, V.D. Some data on the effect of the Far East Schizandra on the CNS. Scientific Papers of 3rd Year Students of the Naval Medical School 1945, 3, 24–29.

Karo, V.I. The ergographic study of Schizandra stimulating effect. Scientific Papers of 3rd Year Students of the Naval Medical School 1945, 3, 30–33.

Kokhanova, A.N.; Peresypkina, N.V.; Balagurovskaya, E.N.; Kotel’nikova, K.M.; Grigorieva, I.T.; The effect of Schizandra on muscular fatigue in man. In Proceedings of the 4th Student Scientific Session of the Khabarovsk Medical Institute; Nechaev, S.K., Ed.; Ministry of Health of Russian Federation, Khabarovsk Medical Institute: Khabarovsk, USSR, 1950; pp. 85–89.

Wiegant, F.A.C.; Limandjaja, G.; de Poot, S.A.H.; Bayda, L.A.; Vorontsova, O.N.; Zenina, T.A.; Langelaar Makkinje, M.; Post, J.A.; Wikman, G. Plant adaptogens activate cellular adaptive mechanisms by causing mild damage. In Adaptation Biology and Medicine: Health Potentials; Lukyanova, L., Takeda, N., Singal, P.K., Eds.; NarosaPublishers: NewDelhi, India, 2008; Volume 5, pp. 319–332.

Panossian, A.; Hambartsumyan, M.; Hovanissian, A.; Gabrielyan, E.; Wikman, G. The Adaptogens Rhodiola and Schizandra Modify the Response to Immobilization Stress in Rabbits by Suppressing the Increase of Phosphorylated Stress–activated Protein Kinase, Nitric Oxide and Cortisol. Drug Targets Insights 2007, 1, 39–54.

Panossian, A.; Wikman, G.; Kaur, P.; Asea, A. Adaptogens exert a stress protective effect by modulation of expression of molecular chaperons. Phytomedicine 2009, 16, 617–622.

Panossian, A.; Wikman, G. Evidence-based efficacy of adaptogens in fatigue and molecular mechanisms relared to their stress-protective activity. In International Evidence–Based Complementary Medicine Conference, Armidale, Australia, 13-15 March; Bonn, K., Ed.; University of New England: Armidale, Australia, 2009; p. 10.

Panossian, A.; Wikman, G. Pharmacology of Schisandra chinensis Bail.: An overview of Russian research and uses in medicine. J. Ethnopharmacol. 2008, 118, 183–212.

Lupandin A.V.; Lapaev, I.I. Schisandra; Khabarovskoje Knizhnoye Izdatelstvo: Khabarovsk, USSR, 1981; pp. 1-89.

Winston, D.; Maimes, S. Adaptogens. Herbs for strength, stamina and stress relief. Healing Arts Press: Rochester, Vermont, USA, 2007; pp. 1-324.

Norr, H. Phytochemical and pharmacological Investigations of the Adaptogens: Eleutherococcus senticosus, Ocimum sanctum, Codonopsis pilosula, Rhodiola rosea and Rhodiola crenulata. Ph.D. Dissertation, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Ludwig–Maximillians University, Munich, Germany, 1993; pp. 1–231.

Balandin, D.A. Schizandrin—a new stimulant from Schizandra fruits. In Materials for the Study of Stimulants and Tonics from Ginseng and Schizandra Roots; Lazarev, N.V., Ed.; Far East Branch of USSR Academy of Science: Vladivostok, USSR, 1951; pp. 45–50.

Lebedev, A.A. Schizandrine –a New Stimulant from Schizandra Chinensis Fruits—Summary of Thesis for a Candidate’s degree in Medicine. Tashkent State Mrdical University: Tashkent, USSR, 1967; pp.1–21.

Kim, S.R.; Lee, M.K.; Koo, K.A.; Kim, S.H.; Sung, S.H.; Lee, N.G.; Markelonis, G.J.; Oh, T.H.; Yang, J.H.; Kim, Y.C. Dibenzocyclooctadiene lignans from Schisandra chinensis protect primary cultures of rat cortical cells from glutamate-induced toxicity. J. Neurosci. Res. 2004, 76, 397– 405.

Ko, K.M.; Chen, N.; Leung, H.Y.; Leong, E.P.; Poon, M.K. Chiu, P.Y. Long-term schisandrin B treatment mitigates age-related impairments in mitochondrial antioxidant status and functional ability in various tissues, and improves the survival of aging C57BL/6J mice. Biofactors 2008, 34, 331–342.

Liu, X.N.; Zhang, C.Y.; Jin, X.D.; Li, Y.Z.; Zheng, X.Z.; Li, L. Inhibitory effect of schisandrin B on gastric cancer cells in vitro. World J. Gastroenterol.2007, 13, 6506–6511.

Chiu, P.Y.; Leung, H.Y.; Poon, M.K.; Mak, D.H.; Ko, K.M. (–)Schisandrin B is more potent than its enantiomer in enhancing cellular glutathione and heat shock protein production as well as protecting against oxidant injury in H9c2 cardiomyocytes. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 2006, 289, 185–191.

Chen, N.; Chiu, P.Y.; Ko, K.M. Schisandrin B enhances cerebral mitochondrial antioxidant status and structural integrity, and protects against cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury in rats. Biol. Pharm. Bull. 2008, 31, 1387–1391.

Pao, T.T.; Hsu, K.F.; Liu, K.T.; Chang, L.G.; Chuang, C.H.; Sung, C.Y. Protective action of schizandrin B on hepatic injury in mice. Chin Med J (Engl). 1977, 3, 173–179.

Ghosal, S.; Lal, J.; Srivatava, R.; Battacharya, R.; Upadhyay, S.N.; Jaiswal, A. K.; Chattopadhyay, U. Anti-stress activity of sitoindosides IX and X, New C-27-glycowithanolides from Withania somnifera . Phytother. Res. 1989, 3, 201–209.

Baek, N.I.; Han, J.T.; Ahn, E.M.; Park, J.K.; Cho S.W.; Jeon, S.G.; Jang, J.S.; Kim, Choong, K.; Choi, S.Y. Isolation of anticonvulsant compounds from the fruits of Schizandra chinensis Baili. Agric. Chem. Biotechnol. 2000, 43, 72–77.

Chrousos, G.P.; Gold, P.W. The concept of stress system disorders: Overview of behavioral and physical homeostasis. JAMA 1992, 267, 1244–1252.

Panossian, A.; Wagner, H. Stimulating effect of adaptogens: an overview with particular reference to their efficacy following single dose administration. Phytother. Res. 2005, 19, 819–838.

Owasoyo, J.O.; Neri, D.F.; Lamberth, J.G. Tyrosine and its potential use as a countermeasure to performance decrement in military sustained operations. Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 1992, 63, 364–369.

Ko, K.M.; Lam, B.Y. Schisandrin B protects against tert-butylhydroperoxide induced cerebral toxicity by enhancing glutathione antioxidant status in mouse brain. Mol.Cell. Biochem. 2002, 238, 181–186.

Chiu, P.Y.; Tang, M.H.; Mak, D.H.; Poon, M.K.; Ko, K.M. Hepatoprotective mechanism of schisandrin B: role of mitochondrial glutathione antioxidant status and heat shock proteins. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 2003, 35, 368–380.

Ip, S.P.; Che, C.T.; Kong, Y.C., Ko, K.M. Effects of schisandrin B pretreatment on tumor necrosis factor-alpha induced apoptosis and Hsp70 expression in mouse liver. Cell Stress Chaperones 2001, 6, 44–48.

Chiu, P.Y.; Ko, K.M. Schisandrin B protects myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury partly by inducing Hsp25 and Hsp70 expression in rats. Mol. Cell. Biochem. 2004, 266, 139–144

Li, X.J.; Zhao, B.L.; Liu, G.T.; Xin, W.J. Scavenging effects on active oxygen radicals by schizandrins with different structures and configurations. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 1990, 9, 99– 104. 110. Chiu,

Panossian, A.; Wikman, G. Plant adaptogens: historical overview and perspectives. In 3rd International Symposium on Natural Drugs. Proceedings, Naples, Italy, 2–4 October 2003; Borelli, F., Capasso, F., Milic, N., Russo, A., Eds.; Grafidea S.r.l.: Milano, Italy, 2003; pp. 205– 209.

Panossian, A. Adaptogens: Tonic herbs for fatigue and stress. Alt.Comp.Therap. 2003, 9, 327–332.

Boon-Niermeijer, E.K.; van den Berg, A.; Wikman, G., Wiegant, F.A.C. Phytoadaptogens protect against environmental stress-induced death of embryos from the freshwater snail Lymnea stragnalis. Phytomedicine 2000, 7, 389–400.

Filaretov, A.A.; Bogdanova, T.S.; Mitiushov, M.I.; Podvigina, T.T.; Srailova, G.T. Effect of adaptogens on the activity of the pituitary-adrenocortical system in rats. Biull. Eksp. Biol. Med. 1986, 101, 573–574.

Panossian, A.; Wikman, G.; Wagner, H. Plant adaptogens III: Earlier and more recent aspects and concepts on their modes of action. Phytomedicine 1999, 6, 287–300.

Bogatova, R.I.; Malozemov, V.V. Experimental Research on the Estimation of Influence of Single Dose of Phytoadaptogens on Short-Term Memory. Report on ADAPT 232. Institute of Medical and Biological Problems (IMBP): Moscow, Russia, 1994; pp. 1–151.

Zakharova, P.M. Experience of using Schizandra chinensis in psychiatric practise. In Problems of Social and Clinical Psychiatry; Krasnushkin, E.K., Ed.; Moscow District Neuropsychiatric Clinic: Moscow, USSR, 1948; Volume 9, pp. 271–278.

Brichenko, V.S.; Kupriyanova, I.E.; Skorokhodova, T.F. The use of herbal adaptogens together with tricyclic antidepressants in patients with psychogenic depressions In Modern problems of pharmacology and search for new medicines; Goldsberg E.D., Ed.; Tomsk State University Press: Tomsk, USSR, 1986; Volume 2, pp. 58–60.

Zakharov, A.A. On the problem of Schizandra tincture effect on the higher nervous activity in cases of asthenia of different origin. In Proceedings of Omsk Medical Institute; The Ministry of Health of RSFSR: Omsk, USSR, 1956; Volume 20, pp. 93–94.

Romas, R.S. The effect of Schizandra chinensis on patients with different forms of mental diseases. Voprosy Klin Nevrapat Psykhiatriii 1958, 211–216.

Sudakov, V.N.; Savinykh A.B.; Agapov, Yu.K. The role of adaptogens in the psychoprophylaxis of patients with borderline states of exogenous–organic genesis. In Modern problems of Pharmacology and Search for New Medicines; Goldsberg E.D., Ed.; Tomsk State University Press: Tomsk, USSR, 1986; pp. 61–64.

Staritsina, O.N. The experience of using Schizandra preparations against depressive states in psychiatry. Zdravookhr. Kazakhstana (Alma–Ata) 1946, 6/7, 42–44.

Sivertsev, I.I. About the effect of Schizandra chinensis on the heart and its use in psychiatric practice. Izvetiya Akad. Nauk Kazakhskoy SSR Biol. Ser. (Alma-Ata) 1950, 91, 33–36.

Singh SP, Singh DR, Gupta ML, Singh N, Kohli RP. An experimental evaluation of anti-tumor activity of Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) and “Geriforte” XI Annual Conf IPS Ind Jour Pharmacol. 1979;11(1):65.

Singh N. Herbs – The Life of Man, Need Pharmaco-clinical Studies for their Scientific Validation – Relevance of Modern Methods of Pharmacological Studies to Traditional Medicine. Lucknow: Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, C.S.M. Medical University, Scientific Convention Centre; 2008. pp. 37–43.

Singh N. Proc Vth WCCN. China: 1995b. Anti-stress (Ayurvedic Plants) Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi) and Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) in prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disorders; p. 10.

Singh N, Misra N. Experimental methods tools for assessment of anti-stress activity in medicinal plants. Journal of Biomedical Research. 1993;12(182):124–127.

Singh N, Singh SP, Nath R, Singh DR, Gupta ML, Kohli RP, Bhargava KP. Prevention or Urethane-induced lung adenomas by Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal in albino mice. Int J Crude Drug Res. 1986b;24(2):99–100.

Singh N, Singh SP, Sinha JN, Shanker K, Kohli RP. Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) A rejuvenator herbal drug which enhances survival during stress (An adaptogen) Int J Crude Drug Res. 1982;3:29–35.

Singh N, Agarwal AK, Lata A, Kohli RP. XIIth Scientific Seminar on Indian Medicine. Vol. 4. Varanasi: Institute of Medical Sciences; 1977. Experimental evaluation of ‘adaptogenic’ properties of Withania somnifera.

Mishra LC, Singh BB, Dagenais S. Scientific basis for the therapeutic use of Withania somnifera. (Ashwagandha): A review. Alternative Medicine Reviews. 2000;5:334–346. [PubMed]

Mazen ES, Pavelescu M, Grigorescu E. Testing of Analgesic Activity of Dichloromethanic and Methanolic Extract from Withania-Somnifera Roots. 3–4. Vol. 94. Revista Medico-Chirurgicala Societatii de Medici si Naturalisti din Iasi; 1990. Contributions to the Pharmacodynamic Study of roots of Withania somnifera Dun Species Of Pakistani origin; pp. 603–605. [PubMed]

Gunne LM, Andren PE. An animal model for coexisting tardive dyskinesia and tardive parkinsonism: A glutamate hypothesis for tardive dyskinesia. Clin Neuropharmacol. 1993;16:90–95. [PubMed]

Ghosal S, Srivastava RS, Bhattacharya SK, Upadhyay SN, Jaiswal AK, Chattopadhyay U. Immunomodulatory and CNS effects of sitoindosides IX and X, two new glycowithanolides form Withania somnifera. Phytother Res. 1989;2:201–206.

Dixit KS, Agarwal AK, Seth PK, Singh N. World Congress on Biotech Dev Med Subs Plants & Marine Origin. Lucknow (India): King George Medical College; 1995. Effect of Withania somnifera, Panex ginseng and Cannabis indica and radio ligand binding with neurohumoral in the CNS; p. 141.

Budhiraja RD, Sudhir S. Review of biological activity of withanolides. JSIR. 1987;46:488–491.

Bhattacharya SK, Kumar A, Ghosal S. Effects of glycowithanolides from Withania somnifera on animal model of Alzheimer’s disease and perturbed central cholinergic markers of cognition in rats. Phytother Res. 1995;9:110–113.

Abbas SS, Singh V, Bhalla M, Singh N. Clinical Study of Organic Ashwagandha in cases of Parkinsonism, Neuropathy, Paralysis and Uterine Tumours (Fibroids and other tumours) including Cutaneous Endodermal Carcinoma; Proc., National Seminar on “Eco-friendly Herbs of Ayurveda in Healthcare of Mankind: A Strategy for Scientific Evaluation an Uniform Standardization” – Lucknow

Phytomedicine. 2011 Oct 15;18(13):1153-60. doi: 10.1016/j.phymed.2011.06.003. Epub 2011 Jul 20.

Relaxant effects of Schisandra chinensis and its major lignans on agonists-induced contraction in guinea pig ileum.

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