The immune system is a network of cells, tissues, and organs that provide the body's defense against infectious organisms and pathogens.
On finding a potential compound for the modulation of the immune system, researchers examined the effects on inflammation-related cytokines of two doses of bromelain in a single dose placebo-controlled 3 × crossovers randomized clinical trial.
The experiment carried out with PBMC from patients with ED (n=12) and healthy controls (n=12) cultured for seven days at 37 degrees C under three different conditions: without antigen, with bromelain and with trypsin (final concentrations 10-1000 microg/ml).
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(1) Placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial on the immunomodulating activities of low- and high-dose bromelain after oral administration - new evidence on the antiinflammatory mode of action of bromelain by Müller S1, März R, Schmolz M, Drewelow B, Eschmann K, Meiser P. (PubMed)
(2) In vitro study on the immunological effect of bromelain and trypsin on mononuclear cells from humans by Barth H1, Guseo A, Klein R. (PubMed)