Issues in Biological Sciences and Pharmaceutical Research
Vol.4(1),pp.1-5 January 2016
ISSN 2350-1588
Article ID /15/BSPR048/05 pages
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Original Research Article

Hepatoprotective effect of a traditional drug, gurgum-7 on carbon- tetrachloride-induced liver damage

Amarzaya D1, Uuganbayar B1, Dejidmaa B1, Adilzaya D2, Chimedragchaa Ch1, Tsend-Ayush D2, Dagvatseren B1 and Tsend-auysh G3

1Institute of Traditional Medicine and Technology of  Mongolia.
2Health Sciences University of Mongolia.
3Zadgai Tsagaan Rashaan Subilal

*Corresponding Author E-mail: amarzaya_dj(at)
Tel: 976-11-343013

date Received: November 27, 2015     date Accepted: December 23, 2015     date Published: January 22, 2016


In recent years, one of the leading diseases in the Mongolian population is digestive system diseases among which increased incidence of liver disease in the population is becoming a most challenging situation as it is one of the leading causes of mortality.  As of 2013, within 5 leading causes of morbidity in a population of 10.000, digestive system disease stands 2nd while liver cirrhosis is ranked 3rd in the leading causes of mortality. Therefore, the Mongolian traditional drug Gurgum-7 was selected to determine its impact on liver damage caused by carbon tetrachloride compared with the standard group which used Liv-52. The study thus shows that Gurgum-7 prescription showed hepatoprotective effect.

Key words: Gurgum-7, CCI4, hepatoprotective effect.

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