تالیفات

 

HerbalmedicineIMODsuppressesLPS-inducedproductionofproinflammatorycytokinesinhumandendriticcells

Authers: Saeedeh Mirzaee1†, AgataDrewniak1†, RaminSarrami-Forooshani1, TanjaM.Kaptein1, FarhadGharibdoost2 and TeunisB.H.Geijtenbeek1*

Abstract: Traditional medicines thatstimulateormodulatetheimmunesystemcanbeusedasinnovativeapproachestotreatimmunologicaldiseases.TheherbalmedicineIMODhasbeenshowntostronglymodulateimmuneresponsesinseveralanimalstudiesaswellasinclinicaltrials.However,littleisknownaboutthemechanismsofIMODtomodulateimmunity.HerewehaveinvestigatedwhetherIMODmodulatestheimmunologicalfunctionofhumandendriticcells(DCs).IMODalonedidnotinduceDCmaturationnorproductionofcytokines.Notably,IMODdecreasedtheproductionofpro-inflammatorycytokinesIL-6,IL-12p70,andTNFαbyLPS-activatedDCsatbothmRNAandproteinlevelsinadosedependentmanner.Incontrast,treatmentwithIMODdidnotaffectLPSinduced-productionoftheanti-inflammatorycytokineIL-10.Furthermore,IMODinhibitedTcellactivation/proliferationbyLPS-treatedDCsandskewedT-cellsresponsestowardtheThelpertype2polarization.ThesedatastronglyindicatethatIMODhasapotentimmunomodulatoryabilitythataffectsTLRsignalingandtherebymodulatesDCfunction.InsightintotheimmunomodulatoryeffectofherbalmedicineIMODmayprovideinnovativestrategiestoaffecttheimmunesystemandtohelpcombatvarousdiseases. Keywords:IMOD,immune-modulation,LPS,pro-inflammatorycytokines,dendriticcells سال انتشار: 2015
 

The Effects of Isolated Hip Abductor and External Rotator Muscle Strengthening on Pain, Health Status, and Hip Strength in Females With Patellofemoral Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Authers: KHALIL KHAYAMBASHI, PT, PhD1 • ZEYNAB MOHAMMADKHANI, MS2 • KOUROSH GHAZNAVI, MD3, MARK A. LYLE, PT, OCS4 • CHRISTOPHER M. POWERS, PT, PhD5

Abstract: TTSTUDY DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial. TTOBJECTIVES: To examine the effectiveness of isolated hip abductor and external rotator strengthening on pain, health status, and hip strength in females with patellofemoral pain (PFP). TTBACKGROUND: Altered hip kinematics resulting from hip muscle weakness has been proposed as a contributing factor in the development of PFP. To date, no study has examined clinical outcomes associated with isolated hip muscle strengthening in those with PFP. TTMETHODS: Twenty-eight females with ... سال انتشار: 2012