Cai Shaoqing


Shao-Qing CAI   Ph. D.

Professor of Pharmacognosy

Tel./fax: 010-82801693




Jan. 1982,  B.Sc. at School of Pharmaceutcial Sciences, Beijing Medical University

Feb. 1982  Assistant, Department of Pharmacognosy, -->-->-->-->School of Pharmaceutical

          Sciences, Beijing Medical University

Mar.1986,  M.Sc. at Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical UniversityJapan

Mar.1989,  Ph.D. at Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical UniversityJapan

Dec. 1989,  Post-doctor of Departmrnt of Pharmacognosy,

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Beijing Medical University

Dec. 1991,  Associate Professor of Pharmacognosy, Beijing Med. Univ.

Apr. 1995,  Director of Depart. of Pharmacognosy, Beijing Med. Univ.

June 1996,  Professor of Pharmacognosy, Beijing Med. Univ.

Dec. 1999 ~ Mar. 2004 Vice Dean of School of Pharm.Scien., Peking University

June 2002 ~ Oct. 2002, Visiting Professor of School of Pharm. Scien.,

 Kyushu University at Japan

Mar. 2005  Director of International Cooperative Center for Researches of Medicinal Resources at PEKING UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER and UNIVERSITY OF TOYAMA



Identification and quality evaluation of crude drugs;

Chemical constituents and pharmacological activities of crude drugs;

Conservation and efficient utilization of traditional Chinese drugs;

Effective substances of traditional Chinese medicine prescriptions and their mechanism of actions.



2001, won the Second Prize of the State Scientific and Technological Progress (China)

 1997, won the Third Prize of the State Scientific and Technological Progress.



1.  Alkaloids from the Seeds of Sterculia lychnophora (Pangdahai). Phytochemistry, 2003, 63: 475.  R.-F. Wang, X.-W. Yang, C.-M. Ma, M.-Y. Shang, J.-Y. Liang, X. Wang, S.-Q. Cai* and Y. Shoyama

2.  Several Factors Affecting the HPLC-Fingerprinting of Panax notoginseng. Chin J Nat Med, 2004, 2(1): 33.  J.Li, X.Wang, F.-Y. Ma, X.-H. Jia, S.Q.Cai*, X.-M. Liang and  K.Komatsu

3.  Analysis of the Constituents in the Chinese Drug Notoginseng by Liquid Chromatography-Electrospray Mass Spectrometry. J Chin Pharm Scien2004134):225.  J.-H. Liu , X. Wang*, S.-Q. CaiK. Komatsu and T. Namba

4.  New aristolochic acid, aristololactam and renal cytotoxic constituents from the stems and leaves of Aristolochia contorta . DIE PHARMAZIE , 2005, 60(10):  785. C.-Y. Zhang, X. Wang, T. Su, C.-M. Ma, Y.-J. Wen, M.-Y. Shang, X.-M. Li, G.-X. Liu, S.-Q. Cai *

5.  Study on identification of wild and cultivated Radix Scutellariae in different growing years. China J of Chinese Materia Medica, 2005 3022):1728. D.-Y. YANGS.-Q. CAI *X. WANGW.-L.YANGT. TANIS. YAMAJI and T. Namba

6.  On-line identification of the constituents of Buyang Huanwu Decoction in pig serum by combined HPLC-DAD-MS techniques. J Chromatography B2006,831288. D.-H. Yang, S.-Q. Cai*, H.-Y. Liu, X.-X. Guo, C.-L. Li, M.-Y. Shang, X. Wang, Y.-Y. Zhao

7.  Simultaneous Determination of Five Aristolochic Acids and Two Aristololactams in Aristolochia Plants by High-performance Liquid Chromatography. Biomedical Chromatography, 2006, 20309.  C.-Y.Zhang, X. Wang, M.-Y. Shang, J. Yu, Y.-Q Xu, Z.-G. Li, L.-C. Lei, X.-M. Li, S.-Q. Cai* and T. Namba

8.  ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM OF ASTRAGALI RADIX DECOCTIONIN SLILICO, IN VITRO, AND A CASE STUDY IN VIVO. Drug Metabolism and Disposition, 2006, 34(6): 913.   F. Xu, Y. Zhang, S.-Y. Xiao, X.-W. Lu, D.-H. Yang, X._D. Yang, C.-L. Li, M.-Y. Shang, P.-F. Tu, S.-Q. Cai*

9.  Studies on the Active Constituents of the Integration and accommodation towards Body Temperature of Gui-Zhi Decoction. China J of Chinese Materia Medica, 2007329):865.  S. Zhou, H.-H. Ru, J.-Y. Guo, H. Liang*, S.-Q. Cai and Y.-Y Zhao

10. Cardenolides from Saussurea stella with Cytotoxicity toward Cancer Cells. J. Nat. Prod. 2007, 70, 1429. T.-M. Wang, T. Hojo,F.-X. Ran, R.-F. Wang, H.-B. Chen,* J.-R. Cui,M.-Y. Shang, and S.-Q. Cai*

11. HPLC fingerprint of the components of Radix Angelicae Sinensis. Acta Pharm Sinica, 200843(7):728. Y.-Y. Wu, M.-Y. Shang* and S.-Q. Cai

12. Production, Characterization of a Monoclonal Antibody against Aristolochic Acid-II and Development of Its Assay System. The American J Chinese Medic, 2008, 36(2): 425.  M. Tian, H. Tanaka*,M.-Y. Shang*, S. Karashima,Z. Chao, X. Wang, S.-Q. Cai and Y. Shoyama

13. Microscopical study of original plant of Chinese drug “Dragon’s Blood” Dracaena cochinchinensis and distribution and constituents detection of its resin. China J of Chinese Materia Medica, 20083310: 1112. L-L FAN, P-F TU , J-X He, H-B CHEN* and S-Q CAI *

14. Identification of the Botanical Source of Stemonae Radix Based on PCR with Specific Primers and PCR-RFLP.. Biol Pharm Bull 2009, 32(9): 1624. Lan-Lan Fan, Shu Zhu, Hu-Biao Chen, Dong-Hui Yang, Shao-Qing Cai*, Katsuko Komatsu*

15. Alkaloids from the Roots of Stemona tuberosa. Helvetica Chimica Acta, 2009, 92(10): 2125. Jun-Ping Hu, Dong-Hui Yang, Wen-Han Lin and Shao-Qing Cai*

16. Studies on morphology and aristolochic acid analogues constituents of Asarum campaniflorum and a comparison with two official species of Asari Radix et Rhizoma. Journal of Natural Medicines, 2010,64(4):442.  Yao-Li Li, Min Tian, Jie Yu, Ming-Ying Shang, Shao-Qing Cai*

17. Production of enterodiol from defatted flaxseeds through biotransformation by human intestinal bacteria. BMC Microbiology, 2010, 10: 115. Cheng-Zhi Wang, Xiao-Qing Ma, Dong-Hui Yang*, Zhi-Rong Guo, Gui-Rong Liu, Ge-Xin Zhao, Jie Tang, Ya-Nan Zhang, Miao Ma, Shao-Qing Cai, Bao-Shan Ku, Shu-Lin Liu*

18. 5Methoxyaristololactam I, the First Natural 5Substituted Aristololactam from Asarum ichangense. Natural Product Communications, 2011, 6(1): 11.  Bai-Bo XieMing-Ying Shang*Kuo-Hsiung Lee*, Xuan Wang, Katsuko Komatsuc and Shao-Qing Cai

19. Comparison of contents of five ephedrine alkaloids in three official origins of Ephedra Herb in China by high-performance liquid chromatography. J Natural Medicines, 2011, 65 (3):623. Hao Hong, Hu-Biao Chen, Dong-Hui Yang, Ming-Ying Shang, Xuan Wang, Shao-Qing Cai*, Masayuki Mikage