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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Budapest, Bókay János u. 53–54., 1083
  • 2 MTA–SE, Budapest
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A magas sófogyasztás általános az iparosodott társadalmakban, és számos civilizációs betegség forrása. A közelmúlt kutatásai hívták fel a figyelmet a nátriumegyensúly fenntartásában szerepet játszó új extrarenalis folyamatokra. Rövid távon a bőrszövet nátriumtárolása pufferként szolgál a nátrium ozmotikus tulajdonsága következtében kialakuló, növekvő volumenterheléssel szemben, valamint elősegíti a fertőzések elleni immunválaszt. Hosszú távon azonban a fokozott szöveti nátriumkoncentráció egy adott mértéket meghaladva patofiziológiás folyamatokat indíthat be gyulladásos válaszreakció provokálásával. A nátrium immunmoduláns hatásának következtében a veleszületett és szerzett immunrendszer effektorsejtjei aktiválódnak, míg egyes szabályozósejtjei gátlás alá kerülnek, ami végeredményben az immunrendszer egyensúlyának megbomlásával, proinflammatoricus állapottal jár. In vivo sóterheléses és sómegvonásos kísérletek eredményei a nátrium betegségkiváltó és -módosító szerepére utaltak. Így a nátrium és az immunrendszer összefüggése magyarázatot adhat olyan, eddig ismeretlen eredetű betegségek patomechanizmusára, mint a magas vérnyomás (elsődleges, sószenzitív) vagy az autoimmun betegségek, melyek növekvő incidenciájuk miatt nagy terhet rónak az egészségügyi ellátórendszerre. Orv Hetil. 2019; 160(17): 646–653.

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