Inducing effect of periodontopathic bacteria on interleukin-1 production by mouse peritoneal macrophages.

@article{Ohmori1988InducingEO,
  title={Inducing effect of periodontopathic bacteria on interleukin-1 production by mouse peritoneal macrophages.},
  author={Yoshihiro Ohmori and Kohei Honda and Hideo Kikuchu and Shigemasa Hanazawa and Shigeru Amano and Kimiharu Hirose and Akira Takeshita and Taiji Katoh and Shigeo Kitano},
  journal={Oral microbiology and immunology},
  year={1988},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={
          169-72
        }
}
Sonicated extracts from Bacteroides gingivalis. Fusobacterium nucleatum, Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, and Actinomyces viscosus were found to strongly induce IL-1 production by mouse peritoneal macrophages as early as 24 h after addition of the sonicates. A significant increase in the IL-1 production was observed at a dose of 1 μg/ml (dry weight) of the sonicates. The inducing ability was equivalent to 1 μg/ml Escherichia coli lipopolysaccharide. The highest production of IL-1 was… 

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