Medicinal Chemistry
Pharmacodynamic Material from Medicinal Plants
Jian Zhang
Associate Professor
B.S. Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, China, 1997
Ph.D. College of China Pharmaceutical University, China, 2003

Research interests
1. Anticomplement active constituent and antithrombotic active constituent from medicinal plants
2. Preventive effect of medicinal plants against acute lung injury
Representative publications
1. Chunjun Chu, Naiyu Xu1, Xianlun Li, Long Xia, Jian Zhang*, Zhitao Liang, Zhongzhen Zhao, Daofeng Chen*. Rabdosia japonica var. glaucocalyx flavonoids fraction attenuates lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury in mice. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.2014, ID 894515, 12 pages
2. Jinge Zhao, Qianqian Yan, Renyu Xue, Jian Zhang*, Yuqing Zhang*. Isolation and identification of colourless caffeoyl compounds in purple sweet potato by HPLC-DAD–ESI/MS and their antioxidant activities. Food Chemistry. 2014, 161: 22 - 26.(2010 - 2012, IF 3.482)
3. Wei Li#, Xiaorong Tang#, Wenxiu Yi#, Qiang Li, Lijie Ren, Xiaohui Liu, Chunjun Chu, Yukio Ozaki, Jian Zhang*, Li Zhu*. Glaucocalyxin A inhibits platelet activation and thrombus formation preferentially via GPVI signaling pathway. Plos One. 2013, 8 (12): e85120. (2010 - 2012, IF 4.078)
4. Zhitao Liang#*, Jian Zhang#, Lailai Wong, Tao Yi, Hubiao Chen, Zhongzheng Zhao*. Characterization of secondary metabolites from the raphides of calcium oxalate contained in three Araceae family plants using laser microdissection and ultra-high performance liquid chromatography-quadrupole/time of flight-mass spectrometry. European Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 2013, 19 (3): 195 - 210. (2010 - 2012, IF 1.190)
5. Shuangqing Wu, Naiyu Xu, Qun Sun, Haiyan Han, Jian Zhang*, Six New Sesquiterpenes from Eupatorium lindleyanum. Helvetica Chimica Acta. 2012, 95:1637 - 1644. (2010 - 2012, IF 1.382)
6. Shuangqing Wu, Naiyu Xu, Jian Zhang*, Shi Yao, Chunjun Chu. Three new acyclic diterpenoids from Eupatorium lindleyanum DC. Journal of Asian Natural Product Research. 2012, 14 (7): 652 - 656.(2012, IF 0.948)
Research support
1. Study on heat clearing and detoxicating material basis for the efficacy of Eupatorium lindleyanum, supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China (Youth Science Project), 81202882, RMB 240,000,2013.1-2015.12.
2. Study on chemical constituents and its mechanism of Eupatorium lindleyanum on protecting acute lung injury, supported by the Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province, BK2011296, RMB 80,000, 2011.7-2014.7.

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