Profile of HMGB1 mRNA Expression and TLR4 Protein in BALB/c Mice Model Sterile Injury after Systemic Lidocaine Administration

Sirait, Robert Hotman and Hatta, Mochammad and Arief, Syafri K. and Simanjuntak, Tigor Peniel and Suprayogi, Bambang (2018) Profile of HMGB1 mRNA Expression and TLR4 Protein in BALB/c Mice Model Sterile Injury after Systemic Lidocaine Administration. Pharmacognosy Journal, 10 (3). pp. 586-589. ISSN 0975 3575

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Abstract

High mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) is a cytokine proinflamation which contributes to inflammation. HMGB1 physically interacts with toll like receptor 4 (TLR4) to release macrophage cytokines. The aim of this study was to demonstrate the effectiveness of systemic lidocaine administration to inhibit the expression of HMGB1 mRNA and TLR4 protein in mice BALB/c mice with sterile injury. Material and Methods: Twenty adult male BALB/c mice were divided into lidocaine and control groups. A sterile injury is done by closed fracturing the left thigh bone of the mice. The lidocaine group was treated with 2 mg/kgBW lidocaine through tail vein injection after 4 h of sterile injury. The control group was given distilled water therapy as a substitute for lidocaine. Mice blood is extracted from the tail vein before trauma, 4 h after trauma, and 2 h after the administration of lidocaine and distilled water is complete.The HMGB1 mRNA expression was examined by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) while the TLR4 protein level was determined with enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Result: The HMGB1 mRNA expression and TLR4 protein levels in BALB/c that sustained inflammation due to a sterile injury was significantly decreased in the lidocaine group (p < 0.00). Conclusion: Administration systemic 2 mg/kgBW of lidocaine is effectively inhibits HMGB1 mRNA and TLR4 protein in mice that sustain inflammation due to a sterile injury.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 12 Jun 2019 04:38
Last Modified: 12 Jun 2019 04:38
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/761

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