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Am J Chin Med. 1995 ; 23(3-4): 231-42.

Tokishakuyakusan effect on DNA polymerase alpha activity in relationship to DNA synthesis before and/or after the LH/FSH surge in rats.

Usuki S, Kotani E, Kawakura Y, Sano M, Katsura Y, Kubo T.

Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.

DNA polymerase alpha activity in ovaries of mature cycling rats during the normal estrous cycle changed in a cyclic manner with a peak at 1800 h in proestrus. Tokishakuyakusan (TS) in vivo did not affect the changes in DNA polymerase alpha and beta activities during the estrous cycle. LH and FSH at 1000 or 1700 h in proestrus increased DNA polymerase alpha activity, but the DNA polymerase alpha activity induced by LH or FSH was not significantly affected by the addition of TS. DNA polymerase beta activity did not change with LH, FSH or TS. In PMS-treated or -untreated immature rats, TS enhanced ovarian DNA polymerase alpha activity but had no significant effect on LH or FSH action. In ovaries, incubated in vitro, in untreated mature or immature rats, TS enhanced ovarian DNA polymerase alpha activity but had no significant effect on LH or FSH action. These results suggest that TS stimulates ovarian DNA polymerase alpha activity in relationship to DNA synthesis and does not affect the effect of LH or FSH on the activity by preovulatory follicle before and/or after the LH/FSH surge.


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