Effect of High Fat Diet and Calorie-restricted Diet on Protein Kinase C Activity in Mouse Epidermal Cell

고지방식이와 열량제한식이가 백서상피세포의 Protein Kinase C 활성에 미치는 영향

  • Choe, Myeon (Department of Animal products Science, College of Animal Agriculture, Kangweon National University)
  • 최면 (강원대학교 축산대학 축산가공학과)
  • Published : 1991.06.01


To determine the effect of dietary fat and calorie level on protein kinase C(PKC) activity in mouse epidermal cells, female BALB/C mice (4weeks of age) were placed on high (24.6% ), moderate(5%) fat or calorie-restricted diets for at least 4 weeks. Diets were formulated on a nutrient/kcal basis such that the mice consumed the same amounts of protein. vitamins, minerals and fiber per kcal. PKC was assayed by the procedure of Wise et at. An apparent increase of PKC activity was observed from the aminal fed high fat diet when compared with the aminal fed moderate fat diet. PKC activity was decreased 40% by calorie restriction. In summary levels of dietary fat may contribute to mechanism of tumor promotion by increasing PKC activity in the mouse skin model.

고지방식이와 총열량섭취 제한식이가 protein kinase C 활성에 미치는 영향을 규명하고자 기타 양양소 또 총열량섭취가 정확이 조절된 식이를 제조하여 투여해본 결과, protein kinase C의 활성은 본 실험에서 사용한 옥수수유의 양의 증가에 따라 cytosolic과 membrane-associated protein kinase C의 활성을 모두 증가시키는 것을 관찰 하였다. 또한 기타 영양소는 같게 투여하고 열량소만 40% 감소시킨 실험군은 대조군에 비해 양쪽의 protein kinase C가 모두 감소하는 경향을 보였다.