HORMESIS AND GINKGO BILOBA (GB): Numerous Biological Effects of GB are Mediated via Hormesis.

HORMESIS AND GINKGO BILOBA (GB): Numerous Biological Effects of GB are Mediated via Hormesis. Ageing Res Rev. 2020 Jan 10;:101019 Authors: Calabrese EJ, Calabrese V, Tsatsakis A, Giordano JJ Abstract Ginkgo biloba (GB) extracts have been shown to commonly induce biphasic dose responses in a range of cell types and endpoints (e.g., cochlea neural stem cells, cell viability, cell proliferation). The magnitude and width of the low dose stimulation of these biphasic dose responses are similar to those reported for hormetic dose responses. These hormetic dose responses occur within direct stimulatory responses as well as in preconditioning experimental protocols, displaying acquired resistance within an adaptive homeodynamic and temporal framework and repeated measurement protocols. The demonstrated GB dose responses further reflect the general occurrence of hormetic dose responses that consistently appear to be independent of the biological model, endpoint, inducing agent, and/or mechanism. These findings have important implications for consideration(s) of study designs involving dose selection, dose spacing, sample size, and statistical power. This illustrates and strengthens the need to characterize the low dose stimulatory response range and optimal dose in order to explore potential public health and clinical applications of plant-derived agents, such as GB. PMID: 31931153 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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