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標題: 乳鐵蛋白與鉻元素於肥胖小鼠肝臟、肌肉及脂肪組織變化之研究
Study of Lactoferrin and Chromium Variations in Liver, Muscle, and Adipose Tissue in Obese Mice
作者: 吳盈瑩
Wu, Ying-Ying
關鍵字: lactoferrin;乳鐵蛋白;chromium;obesity;鉻元素;肥胖
出版社: 獸醫學系暨研究所
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摘要: 
乳鐵蛋白普遍存在於乳汁中,其具有調節動物之免疫系統及抑制炎症反應的功能。而肥胖,因脂肪細胞能分泌許多與炎症反應有關的細胞素而導致炎症反應,然而乳鐵蛋白與肥胖之間的關係尚未有文獻探討,因此本研究即利用高脂飼糧餵飼C57BL/6JNarl (B6)小鼠作為飲食誘導肥胖 (Diet induced obesity, DIO) 動物模式來探討肝臟、肌肉與脂肪中乳鐵蛋白之含量。結果發現高脂飼糧造成B6小鼠其肝臟、肌肉與脂肪中乳鐵蛋白含量高於一般飼糧的B6小鼠。另外,先天遺傳基因缺陷之肥胖 (B6.V-Lepob/J, ob) 及糖尿病 (BKS.Cg-+Leprdb/+Leprdb, db) 小鼠於代謝組織中也有乳鐵蛋白含量較高的情形。此外,乳鐵蛋白可與微量金屬元素相結合,而其中的鉻元素能參與糖的代謝,因此本研究也探討乳鐵蛋白對於微量元素鉻含量的分佈狀況,發現在DIO之B6小鼠與一般飼糧的ob及db小鼠脂肪中鉻元素的含量皆較低。這些結果顯示了肥胖與糖尿病的動物模式會導致乳鐵蛋白及鉻元素分佈的改變,推測肥胖造成乳鐵蛋白代償性的增加,進而影響鉻元素的恆定,但其作用機制仍待深入研究。

Lactoferrin is derived from milk, and has an extended role in the body's defense mechanism through its immune modulatory actions. In obesity, the production of many inflammation-related adipokines increase markedly and adipose tissue is in the effect of ‘inflamed'. However, the mechanism by the relationships between lactoferrin and obesity is not clear. High fat fed C57BL/6JNarl (B6) mice were used in this study as a diet-induced obese (DIO) model to examine lactoferrin level in liver, muscle, and adipose tissue. The results showed significant increase lactoferrin level between DIO B6 mice and control B6 mice in liver, muscle, and adipose tissue. Moreover, lactoferrin level were also abundant in B6.V-Lepob/J (ob) and BKS.Cg-+Leprdb/+Leprdb (db) mice. Since lactoferrin is important in trace element binding, and chromium is essential in glucose metabolism, the variations of chromium were also examined. The adipose chromium contents in DIO B6, ob and db mice were lower compared with B6 mice. These results suggested that obesity and diabetes probably reflect changes in lactoferrin level and chromium content, and the increase of lactoferrin may result in changes of chromium content in metabolic tissues. However, a further mechanism has yet been explored.
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