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Gut health immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory functions of gut enzyme digested high protein micro-nutrient dietary supplement-Enprocal.

Kanwar JR, Kanwar RK - BMC Immunol. (2009)

Bottom Line: Our results indicate that Enprocal creates neither oxidative injury nor cytotoxicity, stimulates normal gut cell proliferation, up regulates immune cell activation markers and may aid in the production of antibodies.Furthermore, through downregulation of proinflammatory cytokines, Enprocal appears to be beneficial in reducing the effects of chronic gut inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).Stimulation of normal human fetal intestinal cell proliferation without cell cytotoxicity indicates it may also be given as infant food particularly for premature babies.

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Affiliation: BioDeakin, Institute for Technology & Research Innovation, Deakin University, Geelong Technology Precinct, Geelong, Victoria, Australia. jagat.kanwar@deakin.edu.au

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Background: Enprocal is a high-protein micro-nutrient rich formulated supplementary food designed to meet the nutritional needs of the frail elderly and be delivered to them in every day foods. We studied the potential of Enprocal to improve gut and immune health using simple and robust bioassays for gut cell proliferation, intestinal integrity/permeability, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative activities. Effects of Enprocal were compared with whey protein concentrate 80 (WPC), heat treated skim milk powder, and other commercially available milk derived products.

Results: Enprocal (undigested) and digested (Enprocal D) selectively enhanced cell proliferation in normal human intestinal epithelial cells (FHs74-Int) and showed no cytotoxicity. In a dose dependent manner Enprocal induced cell death in Caco-2 cells (human colon adencarcinoma epithelial cells). Digested Enprocal (Enprocal D: gut enzyme cocktail treated) maintained the intestinal integrity in transepithelial resistance (TEER) assay, increased the permeability of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and did not induce oxidative stress to the gut epithelial cells. Enprocal D upregulated the surface expression of co-stimulatory (CD40, CD86, CD80), MHC I and MHC II molecules on PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages in coculture transwell model, and inhibited the monocyte/lymphocyte (THP-1/Jurkat E6-1 cells)-epithelial cell adhesion. In cytokine secretion analyses, Enprocal D down-regulated the secretion of proinflammatory cytokines (IL-1beta and TNF-alpha) and up-regulated IFN-gamma, IL-2 and IL-10.

Conclusion: Our results indicate that Enprocal creates neither oxidative injury nor cytotoxicity, stimulates normal gut cell proliferation, up regulates immune cell activation markers and may aid in the production of antibodies. Furthermore, through downregulation of proinflammatory cytokines, Enprocal appears to be beneficial in reducing the effects of chronic gut inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Stimulation of normal human fetal intestinal cell proliferation without cell cytotoxicity indicates it may also be given as infant food particularly for premature babies.

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Cell surface activation marker expression on the human THP-1 (PMA differentiated) macrophages for MHC-I and MHC-II molecules (A) and co-stimulatory (CD80, CD86 and CD40) molecules (B) is modulated by Enprocal D and compared with other digested milk product controls in vitro. Responses were measured by the upregulation of the surface markers CD80, CD86 and CD40. A negative control of cells without treatment is shown. Positive control of LPS and IFN-γ is shown. All treatments were performed in triplicate and assay was repeated three times independently with similar results. The mean for each experiment was calculated and presented as a mean ± SD values. ** Indicates a highly significant P < 0.001 value from the control with media only. *Indicates a significant P < 0.05 value from the control with media only.
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Figure 7: Cell surface activation marker expression on the human THP-1 (PMA differentiated) macrophages for MHC-I and MHC-II molecules (A) and co-stimulatory (CD80, CD86 and CD40) molecules (B) is modulated by Enprocal D and compared with other digested milk product controls in vitro. Responses were measured by the upregulation of the surface markers CD80, CD86 and CD40. A negative control of cells without treatment is shown. Positive control of LPS and IFN-γ is shown. All treatments were performed in triplicate and assay was repeated three times independently with similar results. The mean for each experiment was calculated and presented as a mean ± SD values. ** Indicates a highly significant P < 0.001 value from the control with media only. *Indicates a significant P < 0.05 value from the control with media only.

Mentions: In a transwell coculture model of Caco-2 and PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages, movement of bioactive components of with Enprocal D and other digested milk product controls from mucosal (apical wells with Caco-2 monolayers) to serosal (basolateral wells containing PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages) induced up-regulation of CD40, CD80, CD86 and MHC-I & II expression on THP-1 macrophages in a manner similar to that of immune stimulant IFN-γ (Fig 7A &7B). Although THP-1 macrophages showed no expression of activation markers in response to the negative control (no treatment; cells in culture medium alone), they strongly up-regulated expression of CD40 (P < 0.001), CD86 (P < 0.001), CD80 (P < 0.001), and MHC I & II (P< 0.001) on the cell surface upon treatment with Enprocal D, other digested milk product controls compared to no treatment control. The response observed was maximal with Enprocal D.


Gut health immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory functions of gut enzyme digested high protein micro-nutrient dietary supplement-Enprocal.

Kanwar JR, Kanwar RK - BMC Immunol. (2009)

Cell surface activation marker expression on the human THP-1 (PMA differentiated) macrophages for MHC-I and MHC-II molecules (A) and co-stimulatory (CD80, CD86 and CD40) molecules (B) is modulated by Enprocal D and compared with other digested milk product controls in vitro. Responses were measured by the upregulation of the surface markers CD80, CD86 and CD40. A negative control of cells without treatment is shown. Positive control of LPS and IFN-γ is shown. All treatments were performed in triplicate and assay was repeated three times independently with similar results. The mean for each experiment was calculated and presented as a mean ± SD values. ** Indicates a highly significant P < 0.001 value from the control with media only. *Indicates a significant P < 0.05 value from the control with media only.
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Figure 7: Cell surface activation marker expression on the human THP-1 (PMA differentiated) macrophages for MHC-I and MHC-II molecules (A) and co-stimulatory (CD80, CD86 and CD40) molecules (B) is modulated by Enprocal D and compared with other digested milk product controls in vitro. Responses were measured by the upregulation of the surface markers CD80, CD86 and CD40. A negative control of cells without treatment is shown. Positive control of LPS and IFN-γ is shown. All treatments were performed in triplicate and assay was repeated three times independently with similar results. The mean for each experiment was calculated and presented as a mean ± SD values. ** Indicates a highly significant P < 0.001 value from the control with media only. *Indicates a significant P < 0.05 value from the control with media only.
Mentions: In a transwell coculture model of Caco-2 and PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages, movement of bioactive components of with Enprocal D and other digested milk product controls from mucosal (apical wells with Caco-2 monolayers) to serosal (basolateral wells containing PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages) induced up-regulation of CD40, CD80, CD86 and MHC-I & II expression on THP-1 macrophages in a manner similar to that of immune stimulant IFN-γ (Fig 7A &7B). Although THP-1 macrophages showed no expression of activation markers in response to the negative control (no treatment; cells in culture medium alone), they strongly up-regulated expression of CD40 (P < 0.001), CD86 (P < 0.001), CD80 (P < 0.001), and MHC I & II (P< 0.001) on the cell surface upon treatment with Enprocal D, other digested milk product controls compared to no treatment control. The response observed was maximal with Enprocal D.

Bottom Line: Our results indicate that Enprocal creates neither oxidative injury nor cytotoxicity, stimulates normal gut cell proliferation, up regulates immune cell activation markers and may aid in the production of antibodies.Furthermore, through downregulation of proinflammatory cytokines, Enprocal appears to be beneficial in reducing the effects of chronic gut inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).Stimulation of normal human fetal intestinal cell proliferation without cell cytotoxicity indicates it may also be given as infant food particularly for premature babies.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: BioDeakin, Institute for Technology & Research Innovation, Deakin University, Geelong Technology Precinct, Geelong, Victoria, Australia. jagat.kanwar@deakin.edu.au

ABSTRACT

Background: Enprocal is a high-protein micro-nutrient rich formulated supplementary food designed to meet the nutritional needs of the frail elderly and be delivered to them in every day foods. We studied the potential of Enprocal to improve gut and immune health using simple and robust bioassays for gut cell proliferation, intestinal integrity/permeability, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative activities. Effects of Enprocal were compared with whey protein concentrate 80 (WPC), heat treated skim milk powder, and other commercially available milk derived products.

Results: Enprocal (undigested) and digested (Enprocal D) selectively enhanced cell proliferation in normal human intestinal epithelial cells (FHs74-Int) and showed no cytotoxicity. In a dose dependent manner Enprocal induced cell death in Caco-2 cells (human colon adencarcinoma epithelial cells). Digested Enprocal (Enprocal D: gut enzyme cocktail treated) maintained the intestinal integrity in transepithelial resistance (TEER) assay, increased the permeability of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and did not induce oxidative stress to the gut epithelial cells. Enprocal D upregulated the surface expression of co-stimulatory (CD40, CD86, CD80), MHC I and MHC II molecules on PMA differentiated THP-1 macrophages in coculture transwell model, and inhibited the monocyte/lymphocyte (THP-1/Jurkat E6-1 cells)-epithelial cell adhesion. In cytokine secretion analyses, Enprocal D down-regulated the secretion of proinflammatory cytokines (IL-1beta and TNF-alpha) and up-regulated IFN-gamma, IL-2 and IL-10.

Conclusion: Our results indicate that Enprocal creates neither oxidative injury nor cytotoxicity, stimulates normal gut cell proliferation, up regulates immune cell activation markers and may aid in the production of antibodies. Furthermore, through downregulation of proinflammatory cytokines, Enprocal appears to be beneficial in reducing the effects of chronic gut inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Stimulation of normal human fetal intestinal cell proliferation without cell cytotoxicity indicates it may also be given as infant food particularly for premature babies.

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