Inhibition of skin inflammation and atopic dermatitis by topical application of a novel ceramide derivative, K112PC-5, in mice
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- Inhibition of skin inflammation and atopic dermatitis by topical application of a novel ceramide derivative, K112PC-5, in mice
- Jong Soon Kang; Chang Woo Lee; Kiho Lee; M H Han; H Lee; J K Youm; S K Jeong; B D Park; S B Hang; G Han; Song Kyu Park; Hwan Mook Kim
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- Archives of Pharmacal Research, vol. 31, no. 8, pp. 1004-1009
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- PC-9S (N-Ethanol-2-mirystyl-3-oxo-stearamide) is a synthetic ceramide and has been known to be effective in atopic and psoriatic patients. K112PC-5 (2-Acetyl-N-(1,3-dihydroxyisopropyl)-tetradecanamide) is a novel ceramide derivative of PC-9S. In the present study, we examined the effect of K112PC-5 on macrophage and T lymphocyte function in primary macrophages and splenocytes, respectively, as well as the effect of topical application of K112PC-5 on skin inflammation and atopic dermatitis (AD) in mouse models. K112PC-5 inhibited lipopolysaccharide-induced nitrite generation in mouse peritoneal macrophages in a dose-dependent manner. However, K112PC-5 did not affect concanavalin A-induced proliferation, interleukin (IL)-2 secretion and IL-4 secretion in mouse splenocytes. In addition, K112PC-5 significantly suppressed the increase in phorbol ester-induced ear thickness in BALB/c mice. Further study demonstrated that topical application of K112PC-5 also inhibited AD induced by extracts of dust mites, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and Dermatophagoides farinae, in NC/Nga mice. Taken together, these results showed that K112PC-5 exerted an anti-inflammatory effect both in vitro and in vivo and proved to be beneficial in an animal model of AD. Our results suggest that K112PC-5 might be beneficial as a topical agent for the treatment of AD.
- Dust miteK112PC-5MacrophageAtopic dermatitisNC/NgaSkin inflammation
- Pharmaceutical Soc Korea
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