New research, 'Immunomodulatory activity of andrographolide on macrophage activation and specific antibody response,' is the subject of a report. Researchers in Nanjing, People's Republic of China conducted a study "To investigate the immunomodulatory effects of andrographolide on both innate and adaptive immune responses. Andrographolide (10 microg/mL in vitro or 1 mg/kg in vivo) was used to modulate LPS-induced classical activated (M1) or IL-4-induced alternative activated (M2) macrophages in vitro and humor immune response to HBsAg in vivo."
"Cytokine gene expression profile (M1 vs M2) was measured by real-time PCR, IL-12/IL-10 level was detected by ELISA, and...
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