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Astragalus L.
source:Chinese Herbal Plant Genome Database  time:2018-01-09 23:06:40

 

Year

2012

Institution

The Key   Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese   Academy of Sciences, 20 Nanxincun Xiangshan Road, Beijing 100093, China

Material

Two leguminous   plants, Mojia Huangqi and Menggu Huangqi.

Results

The results of   AFLP supported the opinion that Menggu Huangqi was a variant of Mojia   Huangqi.

Publication

Duan L X, Chen   T L, Li M, et al. Use of the metabolomics approach to characterize Chinese   medicinal material Huangqi[J]. Molecular plant, 2012, 5(2): 376-386.

 

Year

2016

Institution

Modern   Research Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine of Shanxi University, No.   92, Wucheng Road, Taiyuan 030006, Shanxi, People’s Republic of China

Material

Dried root of Astragalus membranaceus var. mongholicus   (Bge.) Hsiao in China, and both cultivated and wild Astragali Radix (AR) are   used in the clinic.

Results

SX-AR and   GS-AR differed significantly not only in the primary metabolites, but also   the secondary metabolites.

Publication

Li A P, Li Z   Y, Sun H F, et al. Comparison of two different Astragali radix by a 1H   NMR-based metabolomic approach[J]. Journal of proteome research, 2015, 14(5):   2005-2016.

 

Year

2015

Institution

Shanghai Haini   Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Yangtze River Pharmaceutical Group, Shanghai 201318,   China

Material

Roots were   collected or purchased in diverse places in China during the period of   2012–2013.

Results

In the set of   samples evaluated, age is more discriminating than geographical location.

Publication

Zheng L, Wang   M, Ibarra-Estrada E, et al. Investigation of chemomarkers of astragali radix   of different ages and geographical origin by NMR profiling[J]. Molecules,   2015, 20(2): 3389-3405.

 

Year

2016

Institution

College of   Life Science, The Good Agriculture Practice Engineering Technology Research   Center of Chinese and Mongolian Medicine, Inner Mongolia University, Hohhot   010021, China

Material

Roots of   two-year-old A. mongolicus   responded to 14 days of progressive drought stress.

Results

CA analysis demonstrated   that the sucrose, proline, and malate metabolites contributed greatly to the   separation.

Publication

Jia X, Sun C,   Zuo Y, et al. Integrating transcriptomics and metabolomics to characterise   the response of Astragalus membranaceus Bge. var. mongolicus (Bge.) to   progressive drought stress[J]. BMC genomics, 2016, 17(1): 188.