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Table 3 Inhibition of Platelet aggregation (PA) in human:

From: Effect of garlic on cardiovascular disorders: a review

References Preparations Duration Effect
Bordia, 1978 [72] Garlic In-vitro Dose-dependent Platelet aggregation
Vanderhock et al., 1980 [73] Garlic oil In vitro Inhibit PA
Boullin, 1981 [80] Fresh garlic Single Dose Inhibit PA
Ariga et al., 1981 [85] Methyl allyl trisulfide In vitro Inhibit PA
Arora and Arora, 1981 [54] Ether extract of garlic Single Dose Increased coagulation time
Bordia et al., 1982 [51] Ether extract of garlic 3 weeks Inhibit PA
Samson, 1982 [76] Essential garlic oil 10 days No PA activity
Apitz-Castro et al., 1983 [74] Garlic extract and 3 pure component In vitro Inhibit PA
Block et al., 1984 [86] Ajoene In vitro Inhibit PA
Srivastava, 1984 [61] Aqueous extract of garlic In vitro Inhibit PA
Srivastava, 1986 [75] Aqueous extract of garlic In vitro Inhibit PA
Harenberg et al., 1988 [77] Dried garlic powder 4 weeks No PA activity
Kiesewetter et al., 1991 [78] Garlic powder 4 weeks Inhibit PA
Kiesewetter et al., 1993 [87] Garlic powder 4 weeks Inhibit PA
Legnani et al., 1993 [56] Garlic powder Single Dose and 14 days Inhibit PA
Morris et al., 1995 [88] Oil extract (equivalent to 15 gm of raw garlic) In-vitro and in-vivo (5 days) Inhibit PA in in-vitro No in-vivo PA activity
Bordia et al., 1998 [57] Ethyl acetate extract of garlic In-vitro study Inhibit PA
Sreiner and Lin, 1998 [79] Aged garlic extract 10 months Inhibit PA
Rahman and Billington, 2000 [28] Aged garlic extract 13 weeks Inhibit PA
Steiner and Li, 2001 [89] Aged garlic extract 6 weeks Dose dependent inhibition of PA