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Abstract Title:

Dietary effect of Antrodia Camphorate extracts on immune responses in WEHI-3 leukemia BALB/c mice.

Abstract Source:

Nutr Cancer. 2010 ;62(5):593-600. PMID: 20574920

Abstract Author(s):

Shuw-Yuan Lin, Lee-Yan Sheen, Been-Huang Chiang, Jai-Sing Yang, Jih-Hung Pan, Yung-Hsien Chang, Yuan-Man Hsu, Jo-Hua Chiang, Chi-Cheng Lu, Chang-Lin Wu, Jing-Gung Chung

Article Affiliation:

Hung-Kuang University, Sha Lu, Taichung, Taiwan.

Abstract:

Antrodia camphorata has been recognized to be a traditional Chinese medicine for abdominal pain, diarrhea, and to protect against hepatitis virus infection. Several ingredients derived from A. camphorata possess various pharmacological and biological activities such as antioxidant and anticancer. In this study, its ability to promote immune responses and to exhibited antileukemia activity in WEHI-3 leukemia BALB/c mice were investigated. The results indicated A. camphorata significantly prolonged the survival rate and prevented the body weight loss in leukemia mice. Four mg/kg of A. camphorata treatment significantly decreased the weight of the spleen. Both doses (2 and 4 mg/kg) of A. camphorata did not affect Mac-3 marker in leukocytes. However, the 4 mg/kg of A. camphorata decreased the levels of CD11b and both doses of treatment increased CD3 and CD19. With lipopolysaccharide stimulation, the 4 mg/kg of A. camphorata promoted the significant proliferation of leukocytes; but with concanavalin A stimulation, both doses promoted the significant proliferation of leukocytes. YAC-1 target cells were killed by NK cells from the mice after treatment with A. camphorata at 4 mg/kg in target cells at a ratio of 50:1. The percentage of macrophages with phagocyted at A. camphorata treatment increased, and these effects were in dose-dependent manners.

Study Type : Animal Study

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