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Biosynthesis of gold nanoparticles using Caffeoylxanthiazonoside, chemical isolated from Xanthium strumarium L. fruit and their Anti-allergic rhinitis effect- a traditional Chinese medicine
- Peng, Qianhua, Chen, RuiXiang
- Journal of photochemistry and photobiology 2019 v.192 pp. 13-18
- Oriental traditional medicine, Xanthium strumarium, aluminum hydroxide, animal models, anti-allergic agents, biosynthesis, females, histology, inflammation, interferon-gamma, interleukin-4, intranasal administration, mice, nanogold, nose, ovalbumin, rhinitis
- This study significantly aims to analyze the effect of CFX coated gold nanoparticles on the allergic rhinitis in mouse model. Female BALB/C mice were intraperitoneally injected with ovalbumin and aluminum hydroxide in order to sensitize on 0th, 7th, 14th, and 21st day. Nano‑gold was also nasally inoculated earlier to the intranasal administration of OVA. The acuteness of allergic rhinitis was evaluated based on the nasal indications, interleukin IL-4, and interferon (INF)-γ levels present in the NLF of mice. Also, Hematoxylin-eosin as well as Schiff-periodic acid stain assays were carried out to briefly investigate the histological modifications in the sensitized mice. Nano‑gold reduced the incidence of nasal symptoms as well as minimized the IL-4 production, no impact was showed over the levels of INF-γ. Further, the extent of inflammatory cell intrusion was also influenced by the CFX/AuNPs. These experimental findings manifested that AuNPs may considerably inhibit the allergic inflammation in mice models and may be expected to serve as anti-allergic rhinitis agents.