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The Biological Effects of Bovine Lactoferrin on Inflammatory Cytokine Expression in the PMA Stimulated Cells
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The Biological Effects of Bovine Lactoferrin on Inflammatory Cytokine Expression in the PMA Stimulated Cells
Chung, Sung-Hee; Kang, Ho-Bum; Kim, Jae-Wha; Yoon, Sung-Sik; Nam, Myoung-Soo;
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 Abstract
Bovine lactoferrin is well known as biological activator in defense mechanism related some cells. In this study, we was investigated about the immune modulator as a role of lactoferrin through the transcriptional regulation of genes associated with hypersensitivity such as allergy, athma and inflammatory disease. Effects of inflammatory reaction of bovine lactoferrin was carried out by RT-PCR analysis from isolated total RNA treated with lactoferrin 0, 10, 50, 100, 500 and PMA 100 ng/mL. The expression of the TYROBP, PITPNA, IL-10, SLP1, DC-stamp and ICAM-1 mRNA were increased by synergy effect of bovine lactoferrin and PMA. The results of RT-PCR showed that bovine lactoferrin and PMA had an effect of immune modulator by enhancement of TYROBP, PITPNA, SLP1, DC-stamp, IL-10 and ICAM-1 gene transcription in U937, Mutz-3 and NK92 cells, respectively. Bovine lactoferrin showed a potential of biological function which could be used for industrial applications as a material of food and pharmaceutical.
 Keywords
bovine lactoferrin;immune modulator;inflammatory;biological function;
 Language
Korean
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