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Evaluation of Medicinal Activity on Isolated Inhibitory Compounds against Helicobacter pylori from Cheongmoknosang Mulberry Leaves
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 Title & Authors
Evaluation of Medicinal Activity on Isolated Inhibitory Compounds against Helicobacter pylori from Cheongmoknosang Mulberry Leaves
Kim, Byong-O; Cho, Young-Je;
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 Abstract
Inhibitory effect of useful components from Cheongmoknosang mulberry leaves extracts against Helicobacter pylori were investigated to develope them to a health functional food. It was confirmed that H. pylori bacterial infection occurred after 6 weeks over in C57BL/6 mouse which was caused the infection, and the average number of pathogens was CFU/mL. Effects of the prevention and cure against H. pylori were tested by the mouth administration with Cheongmoknosang mulberry leaves extracts include the active ingredient, and number of H. pylori colony in stomach of drug groups were decreased more than control group. The result of testing immuno-glogulin isotype from the separated serum from a mouse, IgG1, IgA produced more in administered group, and it is expected to inhibit the H. pylori infection because of increasing antibody production in the mixture. These results suggest that caffeic acid, rosemarinic acid and chlorogenic acid in Cheongmoknosang mulberry leaves extracts are very effective to prevent or cure against H. pylori infection. So the ratio of infection is increasing and it is regarded to be able to prevent and cure the disease like gastritis, gastric ulcer and gastric cancer which are caused by H. pylori.
 Keywords
Helicobacter pylori;inhibitory compounds;medicinal activity;mulberry leaves;
 Language
Korean
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