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Food Funct October 3, 2022; 13 (19): 10134-10146.
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Serum metabolomics analysis reveals amelioration effects of sea cucumber ether phospholipids on oxidative stress and inflammation in high-fat diet-fed mice.

Wang X , Lan H , Sun T , Cong P , Xue C , Xu J .


Abstract
Emerging evidence suggests that sea cucumber ether phospholipids (ether-PLs) can modulate high-fat diet (HFD)-induced metabolic disorders. However, whether this modulation is associated with metabolic pathways related to oxidative stress and inflammation remains unclear. This study aimed to investigate the antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effects on HFD-fed mice and the associated metabolism pathways in response to administration with sea cucumber ether-PLs using integrated biochemistry and a metabolomics approach. Biochemistry analysis and histological examinations showed that sea cucumber ether-PLs significantly decreased body weight gain and fat deposition in tissues. PE-P was superior to PC-O in alleviating reactive oxygen species (ROS), malondialdehyde (MDA) and inflammatory responses (IL-6, TNF-α and MCP-1) in the HFD-induced mouse model. Serum metabolomics analysis revealed that it upregulated four metabolites and downregulated twenty-four metabolites compared to those in HFD mice after ether-PL administration. Pathway analysis indicated that sea cucumber ether-PLs alleviate the HFD-induced inflammation and oxidative stress by three main metabolic pathways, namely fatty acid metabolism, branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) metabolism, and trichloroacetic acid (TCA) metabolism. Taken together, sea cucumber ether-PLs showed great potential to become a natural functional food against oxidative stress and inflammation caused by HFD.

PubMed ID: 36106708
Article link: Food Funct