By Ying Xia, Xiaoding Cao, Gencheng Wu, Jieshi Cheng

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Time Special Issue Fall. pp 40  43 Li YM, Singer L (2006) 35 Years of Acupuncture in the United States. Special Issue of American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine Li QS, Xi GF, Liu ZY, Lu YY, Ma HJ, Xu WM (1984) Changes in serum endogenous opiate like peptides and plasma leu enkephalin during acupuncture analgesia in patients with pain and their relationship to the types of traditional patient’s syndrome classified by traditional Chinese medicine. Nuclear Tech 1: 26 (in Chinese) Li R, Guo JC, Cheng JS (2003) Effect of electroacupuncture on neuronal death induced by cerebral ischemia/reperfusion and its mechanisms.

We also found that their receptors including N-methyl-D-aspartic acid (NMDA) (Wang and Cheng 1994a), non-NMDA, and GABAA (Liu and Cheng 1997) might be involved in the epileptic activity and the antiepileptic effect of EA. Neuropeptides are a group of neuromodulators. Our research studies showed that neuropeptides, including cholecystokinin (CCK) (Yang et al. 1996), somatostatin (Liu et al. 1998), enkephalin, dynorphin, and various opioid receptors (He et al. 1989; He and Cao 1989; He et al. 1990b; Wang and Cheng 1994b; 1995; Gao and Cheng 1998) were all related to the antiepileptic effect of EA.

Pp 202  204 (in Chinese) Wang J, Wang YQ, Yu J, Cao XD, Wu GC (2005) Electroacupuncture suppresses surgical trauma stress induced lymphocyte apoptosis in rats. Neurosci Lett. 383: 68  72 Wang J, Sun J, Yu J, Cao XD, Wang YQ, Wu GC (2007) Sympathetic nervous system mediates surgical trauma stress induced splenocyte apoptosis in rats. Eur J Pharmacol. 565: 76  82 Wei GW, Huang YL, Wu GC, Cao XD (2000) Regulation of glial cell line derived neurotrophic factor expression by EA after transient focal cerebral ischemia.

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