Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2011 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Aqueous and Ethanolic Valeriana officinalis Extracts Change the Binding of Ligands to Glutamate Receptors

Figure 2

Changes in 3[H]Fluorowillardine binding with time. Initially, a 60% of inhibition is observed with the aqueous extracts while the hydroalcoholic extract inhibits only a 38%. However, with time, the inhibitory effects of the aqueous extract increase to 85% whereas the hydroalcoholic extract markedly potentiates (200%) 3[H]Fluorowillardine ([3H]FW) binding to AMPA receptors.

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