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    We explored the anti-cardiac hypertrophy mechanism of glycyrrhizic acid from the perspective of calcium regulation under pathological conditions. For this purpose, we used a rat model of myocardial hypertrophy induced by pressure overload. The effect of glycyrrhizic acid on BP was measured non-invasively with a sphygmomanometer and recorded in PC. In rats with modeled cardiac hypertrophy, the effect of GA on expression of type 1 matrix interaction molecules was determined in horizontal tissues and cultured cardiomyocytes of the left ventricle. The laser confocal microscopy and calcium ion probe Fluo-4 AM were used to assess the effect of glycyrrhizic acid on stromal interaction molecule 1 (STIM1)-dependent store-operated calcium entry in cultured cardiomyocytes derived from the hypertrophic myocardium. Glycyrrhizic acid exerted the anti-hypertrophic effect in rats with hypertrophic myocardium by down-regulating STIM1 protein expression and reducing the intensity of STIM1-dependent store-operated calcium entry. © 2023. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.


    X Cheng, L Huang. The Mechanism of the Anti-Cardiac Hypertrophy Effect of Glycyrrhizic Acid Is Related to Reducing STIM1-Dependent Store-Operated Calcium Entry. Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine. 2023 Apr;174(6):701-706

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