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China Botanic Hosts Symposium on Research of Polysaccharide Peptide and Natural Innovative Drugs
Date:9/27/2011

HARBIN, China, Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- China Botanic Pharmaceutical Inc. (NYSE AMEX: CBP) ("China Botanic" or the "Company"), a developer, manufacturer and distributor of botanical products, bio-pharmaceuticals and traditional Chinese medicines ("TCM") in China, today announced that on September 17, 2011, the Company hosted the National Marine and Terrestrial Symposium on Research and Development of Polysaccharide, Peptide and Natural Innovative Drugs (the "Symposium") in Harbin, China.

The Symposium was jointly organized by China's Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Association, and China's Pharmaceutical Association's professional committee on biochemical drugs. The symposium was hosted by China Botanic, providing a platform for discussion and exchange of latest research on biological polysaccharides, peptides and natural innovative drugs. Polysaccharides and peptides are biological active substances widely distributed in the oceans and on land, and modern biotechnology is the key technology to the development of natural innovative drugs.

Over 130 academicians, professors, researchers, doctors and other experts from across the country participated in the Symposium. Over 20 scientific experts presented research reports on topics ranging from latest developments on polysaccharides and peptides to their applications. In addition, several experts discussed the physiological basis for anti-fatigue, nerve regulation and combating depression properties of Siberian Ginseng (Acanthopanax) as well as their pharmacological effects. After reviewing the research papers submitted at the Symposium, the leading research scientists concluded that Siberian ginseng (Acanthopanax) polysaccharide likely provides benefits including nerve regulation, immune regulation, anti-tumor effects, resistance to oxidative damage, anti-fatigue effect, anti-bacterial properties, anti-virus
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