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Effects of 14 Chung-bu Medicinal Materials Described in the Dongui Bogam on Inflammatory Cytokines Production in HaCaT Keratinocytes

피부각질형성세포에서 동의보감 충부약재 14 종이 염증성 사이토카인 생성에 미치는 영향

  • Park, Gunhyuk (Herbal Medicine Resources Research Center, Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine) ;
  • Moon, Byeong Cheol (Herbal Medicine Resources Research Center, Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine) ;
  • Lim, Hye-Sun (Herbal Medicine Resources Research Center, Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine)
  • 박건혁 (한국한의학연구원 한약자원연구센터) ;
  • 문병철 (한국한의학연구원 한약자원연구센터) ;
  • 임혜선 (한국한의학연구원 한약자원연구센터)
  • Received : 2020.06.11
  • Accepted : 2020.06.29
  • Published : 2020.06.30

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of 14 Chung-bu medicinal materials described in the Dongui Bogam on inflammatory cytokine production in HaCaT human keratinocyte cells. In order to confirm this possibility, we screened inhibition activity of 17 cytokines using Bio-Plex ProTM Human Cytokine 17-plex assay in HaCaT cell lines. Of the 14 Chung-bu medicinal materials, Holotrichia (Ho) and Scorpio (Sc) exerted inhibitory effects on interleukin (IL)-5 production; Ho, Mantidis Ootheca (MO), and Hirudo (Hi) exerted inhibitory effects on IL-6 production; Ho, MO, Lumbricus (Lu), Hi, and Meretricis Concha (MC) showed significant inhibitory effects on IL-8 production; Gecko (Ge), Bombycis Faeces (BF), Cicadidae Periostracum (CP), and MC showed significant inhibitory effects on IL-13 production; and Testudinis Chinemis Plastrum et Carapax (TCPC), BF, and Lu exerted significant inhibitory effects on MIP-1β production. Results indicated that the Chung-bu medicinal materials might be a good candicate as potential anti-inflammatory agents for inhibition of skin inflammation. However, further investigations on these materials, including mechanistic studies, should be carried out to validated the effects in human skin equivalent models of dermatitis.

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