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The Effects on Anti-inflammatory Action in HaCaT Cells and Inhibiting Sebum Secretion in SEB-1 Cells by Gleditsiae Fructus Extract
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The Effects on Anti-inflammatory Action in HaCaT Cells and Inhibiting Sebum Secretion in SEB-1 Cells by Gleditsiae Fructus Extract
Koo, Eun Jin; Han, Jae Kyung; Kim, Yun Hee;
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 Abstract
Objectives The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of Gleditsiae Fructus 70% EtOH extract (JS_E) on anti-inflammatory action in HaCaT cells (A spontaneously immortalized human keratinocyte cell line) and inhibiting triglyceride genesis in SEB-1 cells (Immortalized human sebocyte). Methods The anti-inflammatory effect of JS_E was analyzed by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) which measured levels of IP-10, RANTES and MDC in HaCaT cells. Also the effect on secretion of sebum of JS_E was analyzed by TG-S kit which measured the quantity of triglyceride in SEB-1 cells. Results JS_E inhibited IP-10, RANTES and MDC expression in a dose dependent manner. IP-10 expression was inhibited significantly in comparison to TNF- and IFN- recombination (TI) control group at concentration of JS_E and RANTES and MDC expressions were inhibited significantly at concentration of JS_E 100, . JS_E also inhibited triglyceride secretion of SEB-1 cells significantly in comparison to the control group in a dose dependent manner. Conclusions This study shows that JS_E has the effects of anti-inflammatory action and inhibiting sebum secretion. According to these results, JS_E can be used for treating skin diseases such as acne and dermatitis caused by inflammation and excessive secretion of sebum by controlling the activity of the HaCaT and SEB-1 cells.
 Keywords
Gleditsiae fructus;Acne;Inflammation;Sebum;HaCaT cells;SEB-1 cells;IP-10;RANTES;MDC;Triglyceride;
 Language
Korean
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