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Author Takayama, Yoshiharu.
Title Lactoferrin and its role in wound healing / Yoshiharu Takayama.
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer, 2012.

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Author Takayama, Yoshiharu.
Subject Wound healing.
Lactoferrin -- Therapeutic use.
Lactoferrin -- physiology.
Lactoferrin -- therapeutic use.
Wound Healing -- physiology.
Lactoglobulins.
Iron-Binding Proteins.
Glycoproteins.
Regeneration.
Biological Science Disciplines.
Proteins.
Natural Science Disciplines.
Biological Phenomena.
Carrier Proteins.
Metalloproteins.
Globulins.
Milk Proteins.
Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins.
Dietary Proteins.
Disciplines and Occupations.
Phenomena and Processes.
Chemicals and Drugs.
Physiology.
Lactoferrin.
Wound Healing.
Description 1 online resource (ix, 107 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Lactoferrin is an iron-binding glycoprotein belonging to the transferrin family. It acts as a defense in host animals against microbes and viruses, since it has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial and antiviral activities. Lactoferrin has been shown to regulate the growth and differentiation of many types of cells. The results of recent studies indicate that lactoferrin is a potent regulator of dermal fibroblasts, and promotes cutaneous wound healing. The collagen gel contraction, a model of wound contraction during wound healing process, and migration of human fibroblasts were enhanced by lacto.
Contents Lactoferrin and its Role in Wound Healing; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Molecular Regulation of Skin Wound Healing; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Immediate Response; 1.3 Inflammatory Response; 1.4 Reepithelialization; 1.5 Granulation Tissue Formation; 1.6 Wound Contraction; 1.7 Angiogenesis; 1.8 Remodeling; 1.9 Resolution of Inflammation; 1.10 Proteases in Wound Healing; 1.11 Anti-microbial Peptides; 1.12 Chronic Wound Healing; References; Chapter 2: Role of Hyaluronan in Wound Healing; 2.1 Structure; 2.2 Biosynthesis; 2.3 Hyaluronan Receptor; 2.4 Mammalian Hyaluronidase; 2.5 Hyaluronan Fragment.
2.6 Role on Cancer2.7 Hyaluronan in Dermis and Epidermis; 2.8 Role on Wound Healing; References; Chapter 3: Lactoferrin Structure Function and Genetics; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Lactoferrin Expression and Localization; 3.3 Lactoferrin Structure; 3.4 Iron-Binding Properties of Lactoferrin; 3.5 Lactoferrin Metabolism; 3.6 Anti-bacterial Activity of Lactoferrin; 3.7 Bactericidal Activity of Lactoferrin Derived Peptides; 3.8 Anti-viral Activity of Lactoferrin; 3.9 Anti-parasitic and Anti-fungal Activity of Lactoferrin; 3.10 Immunoregulatory Properties of Lactoferrin.
3.11 Anti-inflammatory Activity of Lactoferrin3.12 Anti-oxidative Effect of Lactoferrin; 3.13 Genetics; 3.14 Other Functions; References; Chapter 4: Lactoferrin as a Signaling Mediator; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Intestinal Lactoferrin Receptor (Intelectin); 4.3 LDL Receptor Related Protein (LRP); 4.4 Hepatocyte Lactoferrin Receptor; 4.5 Nucleolin; 4.6 Monocytes and Macrophage Lactoferrin Receptor; 4.7 Dendritic Cell Lactoferrin Receptor; 4.8 Lymphocytes Lactoferrin Receptor; 4.9 Cell Cycle Control and Apoptosis Induction; 4.10 Angiogenesis; 4.11 Fibroblasts; 4.12 Osteogenic Differentiation.
4.13 Osteoclasts4.14 Chondrogenic Differentiation; 4.15 Adipogenesis; 4.16 Lactoferrin Receptor in Brain Capillary Endothelial Cells; 4.17 Platelet Lactoferrin Receptor; 4.18 Lactoferrin Receptor in Epithelial Cells; 4.19 Lactoferrin Receptor in Respiratory Epithelial Cells; 4.20 Transcription Regulator; References; Chapter 5: Effects of Lactoferrin on Skin Wound Healing; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Cell Proliferation and Migration; 5.3 Collagen Gel Contraction by Fibroblasts; 5.4 Molecular Mechanism of Wound Healing; 5.5 Regulation of Cell Adhesion; 5.6 Hyaluronan Synthesis.
5.7 Production of Extracellular Matrix Components5.8 Corneal Epithelia Wound Healing; 5.9 Talactoferrin; 5.10 Cutaneous Immunity; 5.11 Anti-apoptotic Effect; 5.12 Diabetic Ulcers; References; Index.
Note English.
Access Online access available only to subscribers.
ISBN 9789400724679 (electronic bk.)
9400724675 (electronic bk.)
128345484X
9781283454841
9789400724662
9400724667
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-007-2467-9
OCLC # 759604823
Additional Format Print version: 9789400724662


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