매실 추출물의 산화질소 생성과 NF-κB 활성 조절을 통한 LPS유도성 THP-1 세포 동형성 응집의 억제 효과

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이혜림;박영숙;김현정;이아람;최지혜;피재호;박헌용;김종민
Lee, Hye-Rim;Park, Youngsook;Kim, Hyun Jeong;Lee, Aram;Choi, Jihea;Pyee, Jaeho;Park, Heonyong;Kim, Jongmin

  • 투고 : 2015.05.13
  • 심사 : 2015.07.08
  • 발행 : 2015.07.30

초록

활성화된 단핵구의 동형성 세포 부착(동형성 응집)은 염증반응, 분화, 이동과 같은 생리학적, 병리학적 과정에서 중요한 역할을 한다. 매실 추출물은 항바이러스, 항균, 항암작용과 같은 효과를 보인다고 알려 져있다. 따라서, 매실 추출물은 단핵구의 동형성 응집 억제를 통해 염증반응을 조절할 가능성을 가진다. 본 연구에서는, 염증성 질환에서 매실 추출물의 치료효능을 뒷받침할 수 있는 분자적 기전을 조사하였다. 매실 추출물이 지질다당질(LPS)로 활성화된 단핵구의 동형성 응집을 억제함을 확인하였다. 이러한 효과는 LPS로 활성화된 THP-1 세포의 iNOS 단백질 발현 억제를 통해, 산화질소(NO) 생산의 감소로 조절되는 것을 발견하였다. 또한 NO 생성물질인 SNAP 처리 실험을 통해 단핵구 동형성 응집을 억제하는데 매실에 의한 NO 억제가 필수적인 기작임을 확인하였다. 게다가, 매실 추출물은 LPS로 유도된 IκB-α 의 인산화와 NF-κB의 핵내로의 이동을 현저하게 감소시키는 것을 확인하였다. 매실 추출물은 NO생성과 NF-κB 활성 억제를 통해 LPS로 활성화된 단핵구의 동형성 응집을 저해하고 이를 통해 항염증 효과를 유도할 수 있다는 결론으로부터 만성 염증성 질환의 치료와 예방에 매실 추출물의 효능을 제시하고자 한다.

키워드

Homotypic aggregation;inflammationnitric oxide;maesil extract;NF-κB

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