Homeostasis as regulated by activated macrophage. II. LPS of plant origin other than wheat flour and their concomitant bacteria.

@article{Inagawa1992HomeostasisAR,
  title={Homeostasis as regulated by activated macrophage. II. LPS of plant origin other than wheat flour and their concomitant bacteria.},
  author={Hiroko Inagawa and Takashi Nishizawa and D Tsukioka and Takashi Suda and Yukako Chiba and Tadashi Okutomi and Akiko Morikawa and Gianfrnaco Soma and D. I. Mizuno},
  journal={Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin},
  year={1992},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={994-7}
}
In order to seek a macrophage-activating substance, lipopolysaccharide (LPS) of plant origin other than that of wheat flour was surveyed. A large amount of LPS (10-100 micrograms/g) was detected in Laminaria japonica (kelp), Curcuma longa (turmeric), Undaria pinnatifida and other substances. Since concomitant bacteria possibly existing in root of farm products can be considered to contribute to LPS of plant origin, a count was taken of bacterial cells both dead and alive. This count revealed… CONTINUE READING
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