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Immunomodulatory Effect of Doxycycline Ameliorates Systemic and Pulmonary Inflammation in a Murine Polymicrobial Sepsis Model.

多西环素的免疫调节作用改善小鼠多微生物脓毒症模型的全身和肺部炎症。

  • 影响因子:2.84
  • DOI:10.1007/s10753-020-01188-y
  • 作者列表:"Patel A","Khande H","Periasamy H","Mokale S
  • 发表时间:2020-01-18
Abstract

:Acute lung injury is an inflammatory condition developed after severe sepsis in response to excessive secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Doxycycline is widely reported to possess immunomodulatory activity through inhibition of various inflammatory pathways. Considering the broad spectrum of anti-inflammatory activity, protective effect of doxycycline was evaluated in clinically relevant murine polymicrobial sepsis model induced by caecal ligation and puncture (CLP). In this model, sepsis is accompanied with infection and therefore ceftriaxone at sub-protective dose was combined to retard the bacterial growth. Three hours after CLP challenge, mice were administered vehicle, ceftriaxone (100 mg/kg subcutaneously) alone and in combination with immunomodulatory dose of doxycycline (50 mg/kg, intraperitoneal) and survival were monitored for 5 days. Bacterial count in blood and peritoneal fluid along with cytokines [interleukin (IL)-6, IL-1β, tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-α] and myeloperoxidase (MPO) in plasma and lung homogenate were measured at 18 h post-CLP. Plasma glutathione (GSH) was also determined. Doxycycline in presence of ceftriaxone improved survival of septic mice by significantly reducing the plasma and lung pro-inflammatory cytokines and MPO levels. It also increased plasma GSH levels. Doxycycline did not improve antibacterial effect of ceftriaxone in combination, suggesting that the protective effect of doxycycline was due to its immunomodulatory activity. Doxycycline in the presence of ceftriaxone demonstrated improved survival of septic mice by modulating the immune response.

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急性肺损伤是严重脓毒症后由于促炎细胞因子分泌过多而引起的一种炎症状态。多西环素被广泛报道通过抑制各种炎症途径具有免疫调节活性。考虑到抗炎活性的广谱性,在盲肠结扎穿刺 (CLP) 诱导的临床相关小鼠多微生物脓毒症模型中评价了多西环素的保护作用。在该模型中,脓毒症伴有感染,因此合并亚保护剂量的头孢曲松以延缓细菌生长。CLP 攻击后 3 小时,给予小鼠溶剂,头孢曲松 (100 mg/kg 皮下) 单独和联合免疫调节剂量的多西环素 (50 mg/kg,腹腔内) 并监测 5 天的生存期。血液和腹腔液细菌计数以及细胞因子 [白细胞介素 (IL)-6 、 il-1 β 、肿瘤坏死因子 (TNF)-α] 和髓过氧化物酶 (MPO) 在 CLP 后 18 h 测定血浆和肺匀浆。同时测定血浆谷胱甘肽 (GSH)。存在头孢曲松的多西环素通过显著降低血浆和肺促炎细胞因子和 MPO 水平改善脓毒症小鼠的存活。它也增加血浆 GSH 水平。多西环素联合使用并不能提高头孢曲松的抗菌效果,提示多西环素的保护作用是由于其免疫调节活性。存在头孢曲松的多西环素通过调节免疫反应改善了脓毒症小鼠的存活。

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