The constituent, anti-inflammation, and human neutrophil elastase inhibitory activity of Gnaphalium affine = 떡쑥의 성분, 항염증 및 인간호중구 엘라스테이즈 억제활성

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The constituent, anti-inflammation, and human neutrophil elastase inhibitory activity of Gnaphalium affine = 떡쑥의 성분, 항염증 및 인간호중구 엘라스테이즈 억제활성
Author(s)
Hyung Won Ryu; Ki Ohk Kim; Heung Joo Yuk; Ok-Kyoung KwonJung Hee KimDoo-Young Kim; M K Na; Kyung Seop AhnSei-Ryang Oh
Bibliographic Citation
Journal of Functional Foods, vol. 27, pp. 674-684
Publication Year
2016
Abstract
Gnaphalium affine has long been used as a vegetable and as a traditional medicine to treat various diseases in East Asia. In this work, the human neutrophil elastase inhibitory activity and anti-inflammatory effects of the lead phytochemicals isolated from G. affine and their effects on respiratory disease agents were evaluated in vitro. Through activity-guided fractionation, eight compounds (1-8) with different scaffolds were isolated from the EtOAc fraction of G. affine extract (GAE). The GAE inhibited LPS-induced NO production with different potencies. The highest potency for the inhibition of NO, iNOS, and pro-inflammatory cytokine production was found in isolated compounds (1-8). A series of isolated compounds demonstrated modest to high inhibition of HNE with IC50 values of 2.3-46.1μM. In particular, luteolin-4′-O-β-D-(6″-E-caffeoyl)-glucoside (7) showed noncompetitive inhibition kinetics against HNE. The results of this study support the traditional use of polyphenol-rich products in the prevention and treatment of respiratory disease
Keyword
Flavonoid-caffeoyl-glucosideGnaphalium affineHuman neutrophil elastaseNOPro-inflammatory cytokine
ISSN
1756-4646
Publisher
Elsevier
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2016.10.018
Type
Article
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