By Kyle J. Norton
Antithrombotic activity is an action that reduces the formation of blood clots.
Antithrombotics are the medicines used therapeutically for prevention or treatment of dangerous coagulation, particularly in the acute thrombus.
Thrombolytic activity is an action that dissolves dangerous clots in blood vessels, improves blood flow, with an aim to prevents damage to tissues associated with heart diseases and stroke.
There are many factors associated with the risk of blood clots including bone fractures, major surgery, use of birth control pills and pregnancy.
On finding a potential compound which promotes blood thinning, researchers examined the effects of onion extracts antithrombotic effect.
* Toyohira, one of onion variety, showed significant antithrombotic activity both in vitro and in vivo.
* Superkitamomiji, 2935A, and K83211, other varieties of onion showed only thrombolytic activity.
* More interestingly, quercetin, the richest flavonoid in onion, showed no correlation in the antithrombotic activity.
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(1) An onion variety has natural antithrombotic effect as assessed by thrombosis/thrombolysis models in rodents by Yamada K1, Naemura A, Sawashita N, Noguchi Y, Yamamoto J. (PubMed)