著者
Haruyo IWASAWA Masatoshi YAMAZAKI
出版者
社団法人 日本食品科学工学会
雑誌
Food Science and Technology Research (ISSN:13446606)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, no.3, pp.275-282, 2009 (Released:2009-08-06)
被引用数
2 or 0

We have studied the neutrophil-increasing effects of fruits and vegetables and their priming effects on cytokine induction. Among fruits, bananas exhibited the most marked priming effects. Therefore, we evaluated possible differences in the biological response modifier (BRM)-like activities of bananas (such as the effects on neutrophil accumulation and macrophage morphology, and the priming effects on cytokine induction), according to their strain and maturity, using a conventional strain and a strain for highland cultivation. As a result, the total intraperitoneal leukocyte count and % neutrophils increased in parallel with the concentration and maturity of banana extracts. These effects were more marked in the highland strain. After the addition of banana extracts, marked macrophage spreading was observed, and morphological changes differed according to the strain and maturity of bananas. The priming effects on TNF-α or IL-12 induction also differed according to the maturity and strain of bananas, and could also be confirmed after oral administration. These results suggest that banana intake is associated with various BRM-like activities, and these effects differ according to the maturity level of the bananas.

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There is a recently circulating post that claims that ripe bananans with dark spots produce TNF. What exactly is TNF? Tumer Necrosis Factor is "a proinflammatory cytokine that is produced by white bl ...
There's an image going around claiming a Japanese study shows bananas cure cancer. It's not on the usual source (Snopes), so I'll put this myth to rest, myself. Here's the original study: https://www ...
muz-kanser https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/fstr/15/3/15_3_275/_pdf
Interesting: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/fstr/15/3/15_3_275/_pdf
Some "light" reading in regards to the banana TNF claim. This is a scholarly research doc :) Thank you, Tom Kraus! https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/fstr/15/3/15_3_275/_pdf
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Differences in Biological Response Modifier-like Activities According to the Strain and Maturity of Bananas - According to Japanese scientific researcher Haruyo Iwasawa and Masatoshi YamazaKi. (PDF) ...
Dispelling pseudoscience for the good of all mankind  + Cheyenne Brencick   I smelled bullshit, so I found the 'latest Japanese scientific research'. The paper (link below) makes no claim that the ...

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@pirate_slash of course! https://t.co/6Alr93L8D2
@UnusualFactPage @cheerswithme not true. Myth. The study itself is flawed and an animal model and very low impact. https://t.co/vkK8wmZ0TF
@lucasfromkansas does not cure BUT helps prevent here's the link nerd https://t.co/EnXiMYhzWk
https://t.co/1TIOXsmHa8 https://t.co/gSWFw0Duav This fact is not entirely true. The above links tell the truth https://t.co/pj0PzrLox3
Banana Science-- A Therapeutic Food . Banana extract administration resulted in a dose-dependent accumulation... https://t.co/cSfBT8oEFD
Differences in Biological Response Modifier-like Activities According to the Strain and Maturity of Bananas: http://t.co/s034BVKIUP
Brown spotty #bananas may be ugly, but study shows higher levels of a natural anti-cancer compound http://t.co/3ZISIqUC5B
@alternyaaphro here's the study https://t.co/HGxowhOeLs
@GAMV65 @AlexiusToday https://t.co/TuNhMtA9bu y postié mi respuesta en el sitio de Veo Verde y una captura de pantalla en mi TL
@CoquiNegra http://t.co/0OHFnuf9kj based of this study I think, https://t.co/Vyr7JkCNna
https://t.co/sIu9sr8bM3 http://t.co/abt5hys2n1
@Veggiecation This is false, the paper -> https://t.co/EsLVqMhZLu (mouse study) does not once state that overripe bananas contain TNF.
the related journal https://t.co/IvlrJtOGh1
Plátanos anticancerosos? No. Solo pseudociencia. https://t.co/dV91W6BvmC
@ai_ashley they don't produce it but it can help you produce it. https://t.co/pU1HRMm4
@joolz1 @NjoouD__ بحثت عن الموضوع في النت ووجدت الدراسة اليابانية التي تثبت هذه المعلومة: https://t.co/8uKIyDfp
I needed proof that brown bananas are better nutritionally!! Smoothies anyone? https://t.co/Hi40lzwz
@ameenah33 لكن الدراسة اليابانية كانت مخبرية وإيجابية، مشجعة لكن غير كافية للتأكد من تلك الخاصية للموز https://t.co/7CFYD9pV
MUSTread research on foods and health benefits; why ripe bananas are far better for you: anti-cancer & white blo... http://t.co/1ffRvn2D
Differences in Biological Response Modifier-like Activities According to the Strain and Maturity of Bananas https://t.co/uYz24lj7
@2608Ingrid Lee esto amiga: https://t.co/5Ts94s1A

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