Chen,JJ (reprint author),Chinese Acad Sci,Kunming Inst Bot,State Key Lab PhytoChem & Plant Resources West Ch,Kunming 650201,Peoples R China.
Ethnopharmacological relevance: Hepatitis B induced by HBV is a serious health problem. Artemisia capillaris (Yin-Chen) has long been used to treat hepatitis in traditional Chinese medicine. Coumarins, flavonoids and organic acids were revealed as its hepatoprotective and choleretic components, but its anti-HBV active components remain unknown. This current study focused on its anti-HBV active constituents by various chromatographic methods.
National Key Basic Research Program of China [2014CB954100]
; Major International Joint Research Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China 
; Key Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences [KJZD-EW-L07]
; Youth Innovation Promotion Association
; Chinese Academy of Sciences [292014312D11009]
; St. Louis University
1.Chinese Acad Sci, Kunming Inst Bot, State Key Lab PhytoChem & Plant Resources West Ch, Kunming 650201, Peoples R China
Zhao,Yong;Geng,Chang-An;Ma,Yun-Bao;Huang,Xiao-Yan;Chen,Hao;Cao,Tuan-Wu;He,Kang;Wang,Hao;Zhang,Xue-Mei;Chen,Ji-Jun.UFLC/MS-IT-TOF guided isolation of anti-HBV active chlorogenic acid analogues from Artemisia capillaris as a traditional Chinese herb for the treatment of hepatitis,JOURNAL OF ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY,2014,101(10):1700-1710