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Rodent Macrophage Select Vin Blank Together with Vin Rouge According to SO Level in Situ

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Phagocytic cells are known as multi potent activities for its ontogenical and phylogenetical aspect. One of the strike actions is super oxide anion known as critical role of the cell when microorganisms invade inside the cytoplasm. This agent sometimes triggered as a serious factor in the site of inflammation. There are many papers which concerned newly accessed anti-oxidative substances. However, many reports only focused on the molecular basis in vitro, suggesting vin rouge for their rich content of polyphonol rather than vin blank with a French paradox. We had been suggested that the key factor for oxidative stress needs to be discussed first for immunological standpoint, such as in phagocytic cell in situ. With this assay system in rodent macrophage, SO level was about the same for both groups administered vin blank as well as vin rouge.

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Yamaguchi, N. , Matsuba, K. , Okamoto, K. , Ueyama, T. , Matsuba, Y. , Okuzumi, K. , Watanabe, I. and Takahashi, T. (2014) Rodent Macrophage Select Vin Blank Together with Vin Rouge According to SO Level in Situ. Open Journal of Rheumatology and Autoimmune Diseases, 4, 240-247. doi: 10.4236/ojra.2014.44033.

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