CHEN HANPING

Chen Hanping (1937-)


 


Professor Chen Hanping, a chief physician and tutor of a Ph.D. candidate, was born in Minhou County, Fujian province. He is engaged in experimental and clinic research of acupuncture for a long period. Prof. CHEN was the vice dean of Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shanghai Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, director of Shanghai Research Institute of Acupuncture and Meridian, director of WHO Cooperation Center for Traditional Medicine, committee member of the 6th Shanghai Association for Science and Technology, vicechairman of Chinese Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAAM), president of experimental acupuncture and moxibustion branch of CAAM, chairman of Shanghai Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, associate editor-in-chief of Yearbook of Traditional Chinese Medicine of China. Now he is the vice chief of the experts committee of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Shanghai Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, director of editorial committee of Shanghai Journal of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, editor-in-chief of Journal of Acupuncture and tuina Science. He was approved to receive the special allowance of State Council in 1992, and awarded Shanghai famous physician of traditional Chinese medicine in 1995. Prof. CHEN advocated and established the study direction of acupuncture-immune, and summarized its nature, rule and mechanism, which enriched the idea and method of acupuncture treating immunological diseases (source : Journal of Acupuncture and Tuina Science. 2009;7(1):13).

1- gera: 1910/di/ra

 [LE CENTRE DE COLLABORATION OMS POUR LA MEDECINE TRADITIONNELLE AU COLLEGE DE MTC DE SHANGHAI : PROGRES RECENTS EN ACUPUNCTURE]. CHEN HANPING. international traditional medicine newsletter. 1986;2(1):3 (eng).
 
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 EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON THE MECHANISM OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION IN INHIBITING THE FORMATION OF BILE PIGMENT STONE. CHEN HANPING ET AL. selections from article abstracts on acupuncture and moxibustion, beijing. 1987;:603 (eng).
 
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 [INTENSIFY CLINICAL STUDY AND DEVELOP SCIENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;1:3 (chi).
 
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 [EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION IN INHIBITING FORMATION OF CHOLECHROME CALCULUS IN GUINEA PIGS]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1987;1:19 (chi).
 
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 [STUDY ON ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION. IMMUNITY AND ITS REGULATION]. CHEN HANPING. acupuncture research. 1988;13(3):167-179 (chi*).
 
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 [THE EXPLORATION ON ACUPUNCTURE EFFECT OF « PROMOTING BLOOD CIRCULATION AND REMOVING BLOOD STASIS »]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1988;4:1-4 (chi).
 
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 [OBSERVATION OF THE SITUATION OF IMMUNOLOGICAL SELF RECOGNITION OF WOMAN IN MENOPAUSE]. CHEN HANPING. acta medica sinica. 1989;4(4):14-5 (chi*).
 
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 [CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGICAL OBSERVATION ON THYROID HYPOFUNCTIONAL PATIENTS OF YANG DEFICIENCY]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of traditional chinese medicine. 1989;11:36-7 (chi).
 
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 [SOME PROBLEMS OF STUDY ON ACUPOINT ACTIONS]. CHEN HANPING, ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1989;8(1):1 (chi).
 
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 STUDY OF THE ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION IMMUNOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND ITS MECHANISMS. CHEN HANPING. 2eme congres mondial d’acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:98. (eng*).
 Revue des résultats des principaux travaux depuis 1987. 1) On peut observer des effets cliniques sur des maladies à composantes immunologiques, 2) L’acupuncture stimule les défenses immunitaires, permettent une prévention des maladies, 3) L’effect de l’acupuncture est conditionné par de nombreux paramètres techniques, 4) L’acupuncture agit sur les éléments cellulaires et plasmatiques.
 
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 POSSIBILITY OF ACUPUNCTURE TREATING AIDS PROBED IN THE LIGHT OF ACU-IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDIES. CHEN HANPING. 2eme congres mondial d’acupuncture et moxibustion, paris. 1990;:185. (eng).
 De nombreuses études montrent une action de l’acupuncturesur les fonctions immunitaires. Ceci justifie l’utilisation de l’acupuncture dans le SIDA. Voir article complet réf. GERA [35635].
 
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 [AN EXPLORATION ON PREVENTION ACTION OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION]. CHEN HANPING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;2:34 (chi).
 
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 [THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ACUPUNCTURE MOXIBUSTION EFFECT IN TREATING AUTOIMMUNE THYROPATHY]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 1991;11(6):33 (chi*).
 The article presents the treatment of 46 cases of hyperthyroidism with acupuncture and that of 33 cases of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis with moxibustion in order to in investigate the characteristics of the effect of acupuncture and moxibustion in the treatment of thyropathy. The result proved that acupuncture and moxibustion have fairly favourable regulating effect for the immune and thyroid functions of patients with hyperthyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Acupuncture and moxibustion exert different effects according to the variousness of patients’ syndromes and thyroid functions. For hyperthyroidism, acupuncture and moxibustion are devoted to lowering the content of T4, T3, in the patients ; while for hypothyroid patients, their content of T4,T3 can be elevated. Acupuncture and moxibustion are not distinctly effective for those with normal thyroid function.
 
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 INVESTIGATION ON THE FEASIBILITY OF TREATING AIDS WITH ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION. CHEN HANPING ET AL. international journal of clinical acupuncture. 1992;3(1):13-7 (eng).
 A partir d’une revue générale sur l’action de l’acupuncture sur l’immunité, l’auteur justifie son utilisation dans le
 
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 ESTUDIO DE LOS EFECTOS INMUNOLOGICOS DE LA ACUPUNTURA-MOXIBUSTION Y SUS MECANISMOS. CHEN HANPING. in estimular las defensas de otra forma. 1993;:69-70 (esp).
 
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 [« RESEARCH IN MERIDIANS » AS A NEW CLIMBING POINT IN ACUPUNCTURE – A REVIEW OF ONE YEAR’S ACUPUNCTURE DEVELOPMENT]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1994;13(4):145 (chi).
 
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 [DISEASE TREATMENT, « TEST TUBES » AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES – DISCUSSING AGAIN THE OPENESS IN ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION FIELD]. CHEN HANPING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1995;14(1):1 (chi).
 
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 [THE EFFECT OF MOXIBUSTION ON HEMORRHEOLOGICAL PROPERTY IN OLD RATS]. HUANG CHENG CHEN HANPING ZHAO CUIYING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1995;14(3):130 (chi).
 
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 [A CLINICAL RESEARCH IN TREATMENT OF CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE BY INDIRECT MOXIBUSTION WITH HERB CAKE]. ZHAO CUIYING CHEN HANPING XIE XINZHEN ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1995;14(3):101 (chi).
 
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 [TASK OF SCIENCE OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION – EXPLORATION AND ACHIEVEMENT’S APPLICATION OF SCIENCE OF LIFE – ’95 ADVANCEMENT AND DYNAMIC STATE OF ACUPUNCTUROLOGY ACADEMIC]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1996;15(4):1 (chi).
 
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 [THE MORE NATIONALITY, THE MORE WORLD, 96 ACADIMIC MAIN DYNAMIC STATE OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1997;16(3):1 (chi).
 
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 [ON THE STUDY AND USE OF ACUPUNCTURE SERUM’S METHOD]. CHEN HANPING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1998;17(1):1-2 (chi*).
 After a brief review of the general situation of researches in acupuncture effect, the author realized that the results obtained through experiments in vivo mostly came from nondirect observation, despite the fact that puncturing points could lead to changes in varing degrees of some components. A new observation method known as « acupuncture serum », can remedy the defect. When the method is applied to acupuncture research, the serum collected from the body after acupuncture is mixed in vitro with organ, tissue or cell in a reactive system, so that their functional or morphological changes will be observed directly. The author believes that acupuncture research can benefit from the combination of experiments in vivo and in vitro, which is used in pharmacological research. It is based on active chemicals contained in acupuncture serum that acupuncture research can use for reference methods used in « serum pharmacology » and « Chinese herb serum » research. The author considers that the introduction of acupuncture serum method will help to expand the acupuncture research field and to promote
 
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 [ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ACUPUNCTURE SCIENCE IN 1998]. CHEN HANPING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 1999;18(4):1 (chi ).
 
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 [SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY IS OF GREATER SIGNIFICANT THAN IT’S DUPLICATION-BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF 1999 ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION ACADEMIC STATUS AND PROGRESS AND IN COMMEMORATION OF FIRST ANNIVERSARY]. CHEN HAN-PING ET AL. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2000;19(5):1 (chi).
 
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 [AN ATTEMPT TO EVALUATE CLINICAL ACUMOXIBUSTION RESEARCH]. CHEN HAN-PING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;20(1):1 (chi*).
 Objective: To establish the influence of certain acupoints on brain function in specific regions of the cerebrum after acupuncture. Methods: Points L14, I-111, ST36, ST37, Motor Area and B20 were selected. Results: PET imaging shows that cerebral glucose metabolism and cerebral function activity is higher bilaterally in the frontal lobe, superior-middle temporal lobe, parietal lobe, cerebral sensory cortex, thalamus, basal ganglia, and is higher contralaterally in the cerebellum, hippocampus, anterior temporal lobe, after acupuncture treatment. (The variation in cerebral glucose metabolism was predominantly contralateral). Conclusion: The holistic regulatory laws of acupuncture can be replicated in research for the effect of acupuncture on the central nerve system.
 
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 [COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF DISTAL AND PROXIMAL ACUPOINTS ON THE CONTENTS OF CA », NA+ AND K+ IN THE BRAIN TISSUES OF CEREBRAL ISCHEMIC RATS]. XU JIA GE LIN-BAO CHEN HAN-PING . shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2001;20(5):36 (chi*).
 Objective: To Compare the influences of distal and proximal acupoints on experimental cerebral ischemia. Methods: The middle cerebral artery of rats was made to be temporarily ischemic, and the contents of Ca », Na+ and K+ in their brain tissues were measured to compare the effects when they were punctured respectively by the proxinmal Baihui (GV 20) and Renzhong (GV 26), and the distal Huantiao (GB 30) and Kunlun (BL 60). Results:The contents of Ca » and Na+ in the two groups reduced to varying degrees, with no significant difference between them. Conclusion: Both the acupoints on the head and limbs are effective for the protection from the injuries of cerebral ischemia and reperfusion, but without striking difference between these two groups.
 
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 PROMOTING ACUPUNCTURE CLINICAL RESEARCH THROUGH IMPROVING METHODOLOGY. CHEN HANPING. wfas international symposium on acupuncture. 2002;:76 (eng).
 
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 [EFFECT OF MOXIBUSTION SERUM ON PROLIFERATION AND PHENOTYPES OF TUMOR-INFILTRATING LYMPHOCYTES]. CHEN YUNFEI, ZHAO CUIYING, CHEN HANPING, ET AL. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2002;22(4):261 (chi*).
 
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 ULCERATIVE COLITIS IN RATS: EFFECTS OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION ON EXPRESSION OF IL-1B AND INOSMRNA. ZHANG BIMENG, LIU HUIRONG, LU HAIBING, SHI ZHENG, WU HUANGAN CHEN HANPING,ZHANG JINFU AND LI PEICHENG . international journal of clinical acupuncture. 2002;13(3):183 (eng*).
 Methods: Fresh surgical human colonic mucosa was homogenized by adding an appropriate amount of normal saline and centrifuged at 3000 r/min. Protein content of the supernatant was measured and then it was mixed with Freund adjuvant, and injected into the plantae of the model group rats, then into the plantea, dorsa, inguinal and abdominal cavities (no Freund adjuvant for the last injection) on the 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st day, respectively. When a certain titer of serum anti-colonic antibody was reached, 20 ml/1 formalin and antigen fluid (no Freund adjuvant) were administered by enema to set up the ulcerative colitis rat model. The animals were randomly divided into four groups: model control group (MC=8), electroacupuncture group (EP=8), herbs partition moxibustion group (HPM = 8) and normal control group (NC = 8). HPM: Moxa cones made of refined mugwort floss were placed on the medicinal pads (medicinal pad dispensing: Radix Aconiti Praeparata, cortex Cinnamomi, etc.) for Qihai (RN 6) and Tianshu (ST 25, bilateral) and ignited. Two moxa cones were used for each acupuncture session, once daily and 14 times in all. EP: Tianshu (bilateral) and Qihai were stimulated by intermittent pulse with 2 Hz frequency, 4 mA intensity for 20 minutes, once daily and 14 times in all. After treatment, all rats were killed simultaneously. The spleen was separated and the distal colon was dissected. Total tissue RNA was isolated by the guanidinium thiocyanate phenol-chloroform extraction method. RT-PCR
 
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 [IMPROVE METHODOLOGY TO PROMOTE CLINICAL STUDY OF ACUPUNCTURE AND MOXIBUSTION]. CHEN HANPING. chinese acupuncture and moxibustion. 2003;23(4):191 (chi).
 
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 IT IS NOT ON MEDICINES THAT PROTECTING-HEALTH DEPEND. CHEN HAN-PING. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2003;1(1):1 (eng*).
 
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 EFFECTS OF « MOXIBUSTION SERUM » ON PROLIFERATION AND PHENOTYPES OF TUMOR INFILTRATING LYMPHOCYTES. CHEN YUNFEI, ZHAO CUIYING, CHEN HANPING, ET AL. journal of tcm. 2003;23(3):225 (eng*).
 
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 TREATMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS BY DIFFERENT INDIRECT MOXIBUSTION. WANG WEI-MING , CHEN HAN-PING Q, YANG ZHEN, ET AL . journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2004;2(3):13 (eng*).
 Purpose: To observe the clinical curative effects of different indirect moxibustion on rheumatoid arthritis and investigate the influences of different burning and separating materials on the therapeutic results. Methods: Radix Aconitis Laterali Preparata (E t-f) cake-partitioned moxibustion, Radix Aconitis Laterali Preparata (off- ) cake- partitioned slight smoke moxibustion and gingerpartitioned moxibustion groups were established for the comparison of their clinical curative effects on rheumatoid arthritis. Results: The total effective rate was 99.33% in Radix Aconitis Laterali Preparata (8f-) cake-partitioned moxibustion group, 81.2% in Radix Aconitis Laterali Preparata (Rf -T-) cake-partitioned slight smoke moxibustion group and 93.8% in ginger-partitioned moxibustion group. Statistical analysis showed that there was no significant difference among the 3 groups; there were very significant differences in hormone dosage between pre-treatment and post-treatment in all the 3 groups; differences in hemoglobin and erythrocyte sedimentation rate between pre-treatment and post-treatment were more marked in ginger-partitioned moxibustion group than in the other 2 groups. Conclusion: There was a good curative effect on rheumatoid arthritis in all the 3 groups. Burning and partition materials for moxibustion had a certain influence on the curative effect.
 
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 MATERIAL BASE OF ACUPUNCTURE EFFECTS. YANG YONG-QING, CHEN HAN-PING, WANG YU, ET AL. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2006;4(2):65 (eng).
 Acupuncture is one of the common treatment methods in China, and its clinical effectiveness has now been accepted in many countries or it has been expanded worldwide and applied as a medical modality. In China, clinical practice has proved that the indications of acupuncture include more than 300 disorders in nervous system, endocrine system, immune system, circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system, reproductive system, blood system, sensory system and motor system, and the indications are increasingly created with the development of the clinical application of acupuncture. Since 1949, China has attached great importance to the development of Chinese medicine cause, invested a large amount of money to finance Chinese medicine, and achieved fruitful results, as a result, to maintain the leading role of acupuncture in the world. Preceding researches have proven that acupuncture is effective in clinical practice, and it works in bi-directional regulation by many procedures such as nerve-endocrine­im-munenetwork, which undoubtedly shows the objectivity of acupuncture effects. Above research achievements have called extensive attention across the world. Acupuncture mechanism research based on its clinical effectiveness brings about a deeper question, namely, the material base of acupuncture effects. The research on the material base of acupuncture effects, which is based upon the acupuncture principle research over the past years and acupuncture serum proteome research in recent years, is a new breakthrough point by means of contemporary techniques. It strategically starts from the essence of life phenomena, and technically works on responsive genes and responsive protein of acupuncture effects to study the material base of acupuncture effects and clarify its biological mechanism, with advanced theory and academic innovation. It is of vital strategic significance in sustaining the leading role of China’s acupuncture research in the world and poss­essing original intellectual property in acupuncture field for the first time.
 
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 [RESEARCH ON THE SUBSTANTIAL BASE OF ACUPUNCTURE EFFECTS AND TARGET DISCOVERY ]. YANG YONG-QING, NANG YU, CUI JIAN­MEI, WANG YAN, LIU YAN-YAN, YIN LEI-MIAO, CHEN HAN-PING. shanghai journal of acupuncture and moxibustion. 2006;25(12):3 (chi).
 [Abstract] Objective To discuss the application of research on the substantial base of acupuncture effects in target discovery. Methods In retrospect the technical strategies of current target discovery and the characteristics of the research on the substantial base of acupuncture effects, the applicable value of research on the substantial base of acupuncture effects in target discovery was analyzed. Results Based on the clinical effects, applying research on the substantial base of acupuncture effects into target discovery should in­crease the validation rate in drug discovery. Conclusion Research on the substantial base of acupuncture effects is a new selection in target
 
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 MOXIBUSTION ON TELOMERASE ACTIVITY IN AGING RAT. WU HUAN-GAN, GUO LAN-QIN, CHEN HAN-PING, ET AL. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2007;5(2):74 (eng).
 To investigate the effect of moxibustion on telomerase activity and genes expression in tissues of senescent rats. Methods: Subacute aging rats model were established by injection with D-gal solution. Points Shenshu (BL 23) were treated with moxibustion in treatment group, contrasting with a model group and a normal group. Enzyme- Linked Immunosorbent Assays(ELISA) was used for the level of telomerase activity in liver tissues, and In Situ Hybridization(ISH) was used for the condition of expression of telomerase genes in liver tissues. Results: The level of telomerase activity in the aging model group was obviously lower than that in normal control group (P<0.01), the level in moxibustion group was obviously higher than that in model group(P<0.05). In comparison with normal rats, the positive-expressed areas and photodensity of telomerase genes in aging model group were all significantly lower (P<0.01, P<0.01), and the positive-expressed areas in moxibustion group was significantly higher than that in model group (P<0.01). Conclusions: Moxibustion could regulate telomerase activity of senile
 
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 IDEAS ON SEVERAL ISSUES OF ACUPUNCTURE-MOXIBUSTION SCIENCE. CHEN HAN-PING. journal of acupuncture and tuina science. 2009;7(1):13-15 (eng).