Antiinflammatory properties of antiLy6G antibody disappear during magnetic field exposure in rats with carrageenan induced acute paw inflammation

Mert, Tufan ✉; Metin, Tuba Ozcan; Sahin, Mehmet; Yaman, Selma

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  • SJR Scopus - Medicine (miscellaneous): Q2
    Antiinflammatory properties of pulsed magnetic field (PMF) treatments or administration of antiLy6G antibody have been previously reported. In this study, we hypothesized that, the combination of PMF treatments and antiLy6G administration may synergistically potentiate their antiinflammatory actions. The effects of the combination of PMF treatments and antiLy6G administration were investigated by examining the inflammatory signs, histopathological properties of the inflamed site, and measuring the macrophage inflammatory protein-1 alpha (MIP-1 alpha/CCL3) and myeloperoxidase (MPO) levels of inflamed paw tissues in rats with carrageenan-induced acute paw inflammation. In this present study, PMF treatments alone or administration of antiLy6G alone ameliorated the acute inflammation. However, their combination exacerbated the inflammatory signs, hyperalgesia, allodynia, edema and fever, and aggravated the inflammatory conditions by excessive infiltration of inflammatory cells to the inflamed site. These opposing effects of the combined treatments may correlate with enhanced levels of MIP-1 alpha and MPO in inflamed paws. Present results indicated that the combination of the PMF treatments and antiLy6G administration may not provide additional benefits and may actually cause an aggravation of the acute inflammatory process. Findings may also suggest that during neutrophil or immune cell-targeted treatments for inflammatory states, magnetic field exposure may cause unexpected negative consequences.
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    2021-08-05 01:12