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Nutrition clinique et métabolisme
Volume 14, n° 3
pages 194-200 (septembre 2000)
Doi : S0985-0562(00)80022-9
Médiateurs de l'inflammation : contrôle par les nutriments azotés
Control of inflammatory mediators by nitrogenous nutrients
 

Luc Cynober
 Service de biochimie, Hôtel-Dieu, AP-HP, Inserm U341 et laboratoire de biologie de la nutrition, EA 2498, Paris V, 75181 Paris cedex 04, France 

*Correspondance et tirés à part : L. Cynober, laboratoire de biochimie A, 1, place du Parvis Notre-Dame, 75181 Paris cedex 04.
Résumé

La réaction inflammatoire comprend la production de cytokines qui exercent des actions locales et systémiques. Son contrôle dépend d'un équilibre subtil entre cytokines pro- et anti-inflammatoires. Les cellules impliquées (macrophages, polynucléaires neutrophiles et lymphocytes T) sont dépendantes de certains acides aminés pour exercer leur fonctionnalité. Dans ce contexte, des apports nutritionnels enrichis en glutamine, en arginine ou en leur précurseur commun, l'α-cétoglutarate d'ornithine (ACO), ont fait la preuve de leur efficacité dans la dysimmunité des états cataboliques. L'activité pro-cicatrisante de l'ACO est d'un intérêt particulier.

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The inflammatory reaction includes the production of cytokines which display both local and systemic activities. The inflammatory reaction is tightly controlled by an equilibrium between pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines. Concerned cells (macrophages, polymorphonuclear cells and lymphocytes T) need a sufficient supply of certain amino acids to be fully functional. In this setting, diets supplemented with glutamine, arginine and their common precursor, ornithine α-ketoglutarate (OKG), have proved their efficiency counteracting the disimmunity induced by stress. The activity of OKG on wound healing is of special interest.

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Keyword : arginine, α-cétoglutarate d'ornithine, cytokines, glutamine, immunité

Keywords : arginine, ornithine α-ketoglutarate, cytokines, glutamine, immunity




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