Title : Intermittent High Glucose Exacerbates A-FABP Activation and Inflammatory Response through TLR4-JNK Signaling in THP-1 Cells.

Pub. Date : 2018

PMID : 29850615






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1 Intermittent High Glucose Exacerbates A-FABP Activation and Inflammatory Response through TLR4-JNK Signaling in THP-1 Cells. Glucose fatty acid binding protein 4 Homo sapiens
2 Accordingly, the expression of A-FABP and the release of the proinflammatory cytokines TNF-alpha and IL-1beta also increased in response to constant high glucose, an effect that also was more evident in intermittent high glucose. Glucose fatty acid binding protein 4 Homo sapiens
3 Accordingly, the expression of A-FABP and the release of the proinflammatory cytokines TNF-alpha and IL-1beta also increased in response to constant high glucose, an effect that also was more evident in intermittent high glucose. Glucose fatty acid binding protein 4 Homo sapiens
4 Conclusions: Intermittent high glucose potentiates A-FABP activation and inflammatory responses via TLR4/p-JNK signaling in THP-1 cells. Glucose fatty acid binding protein 4 Homo sapiens