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Chemical Characteristics and Immunostimulating Activity of Crude Polysaccharide Isolated from Commercial Instant Coffee
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Chemical Characteristics and Immunostimulating Activity of Crude Polysaccharide Isolated from Commercial Instant Coffee
Kwak, Bong-Shin; Shin, Kwang-Soon;
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 Abstract
To elucidate the new biologically active ingredient in commercial instant coffee, a crude polysaccharide (ICP-0) was isolated by ethanol precipitation, and its immunostimulatory activity was estimated. ICP-0 mainly consisted of galactose (55.5%), mannose (25.7%), arabinose (6.0%), and galacturonic acid (10.1%), suggesting the possibility of its existence as a mixture of galactomannan or pectic polysaccharide. ICP-0 showed proliferative activity in peritoneal macrophages and splenocytes. ICP-0 dose-dependently augmented the production of nitric oxide and reactive oxygen species by peritoneal macrophages. In addition, murine peritoneal macrophages stimulated by ICP-0 showed enhanced production of various cytokines (tumor necrosis factor-, interleukin-6, and interleukin-12) as compared to unstimulated murine peritoneal macrophages. In an in vitro assay for assessing intestinal immunomodulation, the ICP-0-treated Peyer`s patch cells showed higher bone marrow cell proliferation activity at and higher production of granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor, compared to the untreated Peyer`s patch cells. These results suggest that polysaccharides in commercial instant coffee have a potentiality for macrophage functions and the intestinal immune system.
 Keywords
instant coffee;polysaccharide;immunostimulating activity;Peyer`s patch;intestinal immune system;
 Language
Korean
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