A rice-derived recombinant human lactoferrin stimulates fibroblast proliferation, migration, and sustains cell survival.

@article{Tang2010ARR,
  title={A rice-derived recombinant human lactoferrin stimulates fibroblast proliferation, migration, and sustains cell survival.},
  author={L. van der Tang and Tengjiao Cui and James J. Wu and Wen Liu-Mares and Ning Huang and Jie Li},
  journal={Wound repair and regeneration : official publication of the Wound Healing Society [and] the European Tissue Repair Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          123-31
        }
}
Human lactoferrin (hLF), a glycoprotein of the transferrin family, has recently been shown to stimulate wound repair through its antimicrobial effect and inflammation modulation. A recent study with several non-skin cell lines indicated that hLF may also have a stimulatory effect on cell proliferation. To explore the role of hLF in wound healing, we used recombinant human lactoferrin (holo-rhLF), derived from transgenic rice, to examine the effects of holo-rhLF on cell proliferation, migration… CONTINUE READING

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