Oxymatrine

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Oxymatrine is one of many quinolizidine alkaloid compounds extracted from the root of Sophora flavescens, a Chinese herb.

Oxymatrine inhibits microglial activation via TLR4.[1]

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  1. Fan, Hongguang; Li, Litao; Zhang, Xiangjian; Liu, Ying; Yang, Chenhui; Yang, Yi; Yin, Jing (2009), "Oxymatrine downregulates TLR4, TLR2, MyD88, and NF-kappaB and protects rat brains against focal ischemia", Mediators of Inflammation, 2009: 704706, doi:10.1155/2009/704706, ISSN 1466-1861, PMC 2825667Freely accessible, PMID 20182634 


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