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Expression of TNF-${\alpha}$ and IL-$1{\beta}$ in Splenic Dendritic Cells and Their Serum Levels in Mouse Sparganosis

  • Yang, Hyun-Jong (Department of Parasitology and Ewha Global Challenge, School of Medicine, Ewha Womans University)
  • Received : 2011.03.09
  • Accepted : 2011.05.10
  • Published : 2011.06.30

Abstract

Sparganosis is a tissue invading helminthiasis infecting intermediate hosts, including humans. Strong immune responses are expected to occur in early phases of infection. Thus, we investigated cytokine expressions in splenic dendritic cells and in sera after experimental infection of mice. In splenic dendritic cells, TNF-${\alpha}$ and IL-$1{\beta}$ expression peaked at week 1 and week 3 post -infection (PI), respectively, and also early phase (week 2 PI) depressed cytokine expression was noticed. Serum IL-$1{\beta}$ concentration increased significantly at week 2 PI and peaked at week 6 PI, and that of TNF-${\alpha}$ peaked at week 6 PI. These results showed that pro-inflammatory cytokines, TNF-${\alpha}$ and IL-$1{\beta}$, are chronologically regulated in mouse sparganosis.

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Supported by : National Institute of Health

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