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Effect of Moxibustion on the Cellular Immune Function in Mice with Morphine Dependence

Song Xiaoge, Tang Zhaoliang, Jin Aoxing1, Hou Zhengming, Chen Quanzhu, Yuan Jing (Institute of Acupuncture and Meridians, Anhui college of TCM, Hefei, 230038; Department of Nuclear Medicine, Anhui Medical college, Hefei, 230032 )  
The effect of moxibustion at "Guanyuan"point on the cellular immune function in mice with morphine dependence was observed. The results showed that the immune function was decreased and the body weight was losed in the morphine dependence group, as compared with the normal group, the difference was significant. In the moxibustion group, the lymphocyte transformation was promoted and the activity of NK cell was strengthened significantly. The experimental basis was provided for using moxibustion to treat drug addiction and promote rehabilitation.
【CateGory Index】: R245
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