Cow Milk Angiogenin Induces Cytokine Production in Human Blood Leukocytes

  title={Cow Milk Angiogenin Induces Cytokine Production in Human Blood Leukocytes},
  author={O. Shcheglovitova and E. V. Maksyanina and I. Ionova and Yu. L. Rustam'yan and G. S. Komolova},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
Angiogenin isolated from cow milk induces the production of cytokines IL-1β, IL-6, and TNF-α in human leukocytes; the level of production of each cytokine depends on the concentration of the preparation, and the dynamics of production depends on the time from the beginning of induction. Simultaneous treatment with angiogenin and phytohemagglutinin had an additive effect on the production of cytokines, the time of this effect manifestation being individual for each cytokine. 
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