Our previous study found that Deproteinized Extract of Calf Blood (DECB) could protect the acute liver injury induced by carbon tetrachloride in mice, but the target-related transcription factors and their regulatory networks were not comprehensively studied. Based on the mRNA expression microarray data obtained in the previous study, the mRNA transcription factor regulatory networks were constructed by screening the transcription factors of differentially expressed genes and their corresponding target proteins, and the analysis on the functions and pathways of the regulatory network central nodes was performed. Eight genes Ltf, Tnf, Il6, Jun, Il12b, Stat3, Rel and Crem could regulate the inflammatory factors, and TNF signaling pathway and Jak-STAT signaling pathway might play an important role in the mechanism through which DECB protected the liver of mice. DECB can not only inhibit the apoptosis of hepatocytes, but also inhibit the inflammatory cytokines.
International Immunopharmacology – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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