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By Harry H S Fong, Ping-Chung Leung, Charlie Changli Xue

The second one quantity of this e-book sequence at the glossy perform of chinese language drugs maintains with the focal point on evidence-based TCM examine. it really is interested in certain information regarding the easiest assets of natural provide and its qc required for study and drug improvement reasons. natural caliber has constantly been a huge difficulty for TCM researchers since it is hard to grasp that is of the highest quality. another renowned issues also are entertained.

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S. ) (2005b) The Chromatographic Fingerprint of Chinese Herbal Medicine. People's Health Publishing House, pp. 373-386 (in Chinese). -S. Fong, Guido F. Pauli, Judy L. Bolton, Richard B. van Breemen, Suzanne Banuvar, Lee Shulman, Stacie E. Geller & Norman R. Farnsworth Abstract The efficacy and safety assessments of medicines, whether modern or herbal, invariably encounter challenges or problems during the course of pre-clinical and clinical research. Some of the challenges in evidencebased herbal medicinal research are unique, and the researcher must be cognizant of them in order to safeguard the quality of the data obtained.

S. R. (2001) Botanical Dietary Supplements: Quality, Safety and Efficacy. Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisse, Netherlands. -S. Fong et al. , et al. (2004) Chemical and biological characterization and clinical evaluation of botanical dietary supplements: a phase I red clover extract as a model. Curr. Med. Chem. 11, 1361-1374. Y. and Ernst, E. (1999) Review of randomized controlled trials of traditional Chinese medicine. B. Med. J. 319, 160-161. E. (2004) Product definition deficiencies in clinical studies of herbal medicines.

The active principles in herbal medicine cannot be totally detected by the current chromatographic techniques. It will be also very difficult to distinguish the active components from the inactive components in all fractions of the chromatographic fingerprint. Moreover, there may be other unpredictable questions or difficulties in the usage of fingerprinting analysis in the development process that need to be conquered. Nevertheless, the wholeness-targeted quality assessment mode achieved by fingerprinting analysis will advance the quality control of TCHM forward another progressive step in its continual development and modernisation.

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