Table 2: Decrease of network efficiency and network flux, experimental results of each compound.

CompoundsInhibitionaNE decrease %NF decrease %Combination of NE and NFd

Papaverine0.6745.5 79.861.8
Tirofibanb0.6439.9 61.549.6
Deoxycholic acid0.6660.8 83.461.9
Scutellarinc0.5152.1 77.957.8
Rhaponticinc0.6542.8 65.647.3
Dipyridamoleb0.6041.8 74.155.6
Chrysin0.6847.9 75.565.6
Wogonin0.6755.6 68.758.8
Rhein0.6768.8 63.459.8
Silybin0.7356.6 96.671.6
Danshensu0.5732.2 43.438.3
Quercetin0.6747.9 89.776.7
Chlorogenic acid0.5434.6 37.938.6
Icariinc0.6553.4 62.055.6
Quercitrinc0.5741.8 60.050.1
Baicalinc0.6155.3 62.254.9
Liquiritinc0.6652.7 80.365.0
Salvianolic acid C0.5533.2 50.941.1
Kaempferol0.6350.4 71.960.3
Salvianolic acid B0.5325.0 22.823.9
Picroside IIc0.5124.7 68.844.6

aThe inhibition effect determined in the final concentration of tested compounds was 34  M.
bTirofiban and dipyridamole are two approved drugs.
cThese seven molecules are glycoside compounds.
dCombination of NE decrease and NF decrease: the square root of the product of the percentage of NE decrease and the percentage of NF decrease.