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Abstract Title:

Exerts an Inhibitory Effect on Platelet Aggregation through AKT Dependent Way.

Abstract Source:

Prev Nutr Food Sci. 2018 Jun ;23(2):102-107. Epub 2018 Jun 30. PMID: 30018887

Abstract Author(s):

Rosio Rodríguez-Azúa, Eduardo Fuentes Quinteros, Alexandra Olate-Briones, Rodrigo Moore-Carrasco

Article Affiliation:

Rosio Rodríguez-Azúa

Abstract:

The(common bean), a worldwide vegetable of high consumption, can act as a nutritional supplement in the diet of oversized individuals to reduce weight. Studies have demonstrated the existence of molecules capable of inhibiting the breakdown of carbohydrates via inhibition of bothα-amylases and glycosidases. Here, we describe a novel property of the: inhibition of thrombotic cardiovascular events. Using assays to test platelet aggregation and secretion, and flow cytometry against the surface expression of P-Selectin. We show that bean extracts significantly reduced adenosine 5'-diphosphate and arachidonic acid induced-platelet aggregation. The mechanism underlying such effect appears to be mediated by AKT, since AKT hypo-phosphorylation decreases the"inside out"activation of platelets. In sum, our results support the hypothesis that common beans are nutritional ingredients that help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases associated with platelet hyper-reactivity.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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