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J Chin Med
The present study was designed to evaluate whether the six Chinese herbs (Davallia divaricata, Dd; Nothapodytes foetida, Nf; Orobanche caerulescens, Oc; Spiranthes sinensis, Ss; Taxillus liquidambaricolus, Tl; Viscum alniformosanae, Va) commonly used as anti-inflammatory drugs in traditional Chinese medicine, influence the induction of nitric oxide (NO), a mediator involved in inflammation. RAW264.7 cell was used as target cell and activated by lipopolysaccharide (LPS) plus interferon-γfatcat:gwcbcdcu7zc4hplyry5se2ciby