Research has been done to illustrate the role of a specific protein in the development of nasal polyps. This research was done by the Department of Otolarnygology, Faculty of Medicine, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. The protein investigated is known as Fas-L gene protein. The study investigated the transcripts and protein level of the Fas-L gene in human nasal polyp tissue as well as nasal turbinate mucosa. The investigation used methods such as reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction and Western blotting. The localization of Fas-L was performed with immunohistochemistry. The result of this research showed that the transcripts of Fas-L gene were detected at similar levels in both polyps and nasal mucosa. However, there was a recorded over expression of the Fas-L protein on nasal polyps as compared to nasal mucosa. There existed localization of Fas-L positive cells on the epithelial layers of cystically dilated glands and the down-growing epithelium of nasal polyps. As a result it was concluded that Fas-L may play a vital role in the pathogenesis of human nasal polyps. This role includes cystic degeneration of submucosal glands.
It has been disputed that natural or homeopathic products can have any effect on the expression of Fas-L protein. However, there has been research done to prove that natural products work to alter the expression of the Fas-L protein. One such study uses Solanum lyratum extract and the effect it has on apoptosis (a form of cell death) and the expression of Fas/Fas-L genes. This study comes from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Youjiang Medical College for Nationalities, China.
The research showed that this natural substance decreases the expression of the Fas-L protein markedly.
It is therefore the Sinus-Pro’s team belief that we have just touched the surface of what complementary medicine can do. It is their mission to continue researching and prove that the homeopathic ingredients that make up Sinus-Pro Nasal Polyps Remedy work at targeting and reducing the expression of the Fas-L protein in the nasal mucosa.
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