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    Title: Investigation of Anti-Infection Mechanism of Lactoferricin and Splunc-1
    Authors: Tsou, Yung An;Tsou, Yung An;Hua, Hung-Jin;Huang, Hung-Jin;Wesley Wen, Y;陳語謙;Chen, Calvin Yu-chian
    Contributors: 生物科技學系
    Date: 2014-04
    Issue Date: 2014-06-04 10:25:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Abstract
    The innate immune system is the first line in the defense system and prevents the body from further bacteria, virus, or fungal infections. Most of the innate immune system is relevant to mucosa immunity. Lactotransferrin is secreted from the human mammal breast duct epithelial tissue and strengthens infant immunity to defense with regard to outward pathogens. Splunc-1 is also an innate material secreted from the soft palate, lung, nasal cavity epithelium, and mucosa. It helps with mucosa defense against bacterial, virus, and even fungus. LPS is the main etiology of Gram-negative bacilla infection source. And studies of lactoferricin and slpunc-1 both can combine with LPS and subsequently cause insults to the mucosa. Although, we know that both of them partake in an important role in innate immunity, we do not know the effects when they work together. In this study, we just overview silicon stimulation to examine the combination of Lactoferricin and Splunc-1 and the effect with regard to LPS.
    Relation: Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine
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