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Plasma levels of growth-related oncogene (CXCL1-3) associated with fibrosis and platelet counts in HCV-infected patients.Fibrosis progression in hepatitis C virus (HCV)-infected patients varies greatly between individuals. Chemokines recruit immune cells to the infected liver and may thus play a role in the fibrosis process.
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Epigenetics underpinning the regulation of the CXC (ELR+) chemokines in non-small cell lung cancer.Angiogenesis may play a role in the pathogenesis of Non-Small Cell Lung cancer (NSCLC). The CXC (ELR(+)) chemokine family are powerful promoters of the angiogenic response.
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A chemokine-degrading extracellular protease made by group A Streptococcus alters pathogenesis by enhancing evasion of the innate immune response.Circumvention of the host innate immune response is critical for bacterial pathogens to infect and cause disease. Here we demonstrate that the group A Streptococcus (GAS; Streptococcus pyogenes) protease SpyCEP (S. pyogenes cell envelope protease) cleaves granulocyte chemotactic protein 2 (GCP-2) and growth-related oncogene alpha (GROalpha), two potent chemokines made abundantly in human tonsils. Cleavage of GCP-2 and GROalpha by SpyCEP abrogated their abilities to prime neutrophils for activation, detrimentally altering the innate immune response. SpyCEP expression is negatively regulated by the signal transduction system CovR/S. Purified recombinant CovR bound the spyCEP gene promoter region in vitro, indicating direct regulation. Immunoreactive SpyCEP protein was present in the culture supernatants of covR/S mutant GAS strains but not in supernatants from wild-type strains. However, wild-type GAS strains do express SpyCEP, where it is localized to the cell wall. Strain MGAS2221, an organism representative of the highly virulent and globally disseminated M1T1 GAS clone, differed significantly from its isogenic spyCEP mutant derivative strain in a mouse soft tissue infection model. Interestingly, and in contrast to previous studies, the isogenic mutant strain generated lesions of larger size than those formed following infection with the parent strain. The data indicate that SpyCEP contributes to GAS virulence in a strain- and disease-dependent manner.
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Coordinate upregulation of interleukin-8 and growth-related gene product-alpha is present in the colonic mucosa of inflammatory bowel.Although ãlpha-chemokines, such as interleukin (IL)-8 and epithelial neutrophil-activating peptide 78, are implicated in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), little information is currently available on the expression and cellular source of growth-related gene product-alpha (GROalpha) and its functional relationship to other ãlpha-chemokines in the intestinal mucosa of patients with IBD.
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IL-17 stimulates intraperitoneal neutrophil infiltration through the release of GRO alpha chemokine from mesothelial cells.IL-17 is a newly discovered cytokine implicated in the regulation of hemopoiesis and inflammation. Because IL-17 production is restricted to activated T lymphocytes, the effects exerted by IL-17 may help one to understand the contribution of T cells to the inflammatory response. We investigated the role of IL-17 in leukocyte recruitment into the peritoneal cavity. Leukocyte infiltration in vivo was assessed in BALB/Cj mice. Effects of IL-17 on chemokine generation in vitro were examined in human peritoneal mesothelial cells (HPMC). Administration of IL-17 i.p. resulted in a selective recruitment of neutrophils into the peritoneum and increased levels of KC chemokine (murine homologue of human growth-related oncogene alpha (GROalpha). Pretreatment with anti-KC Ab significantly reduced the IL-17-driven neutrophil accumulation. Primary cultures of HPMC expressed IL-17 receptor mRNA. Exposure of HPMC to IL-17 led to a dose- and time-dependent induction of GROalpha mRNA and protein. Combination of IL-17 together with TNF-alpha resulted in an increased stability of GROalpha mRNA and synergistic release of GROalpha protein. Anti-IL-17 Ab blocked the effects of IL-17 in vitro and in vivo. IL-17 is capable of selectively recruiting neutrophils into the peritoneal cavity via the release of neutrophil-specific chemokines from the peritoneal mesothelium.
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MGSA/GRO-mediated melanocyte transformation involves induction of Ras expression.The MGSA/GRO protein is endogenously expressed in almost 70% of the melanoma cell lines and tumors, but not in normal melanocytes. We have previously demonstrated that over-expression of human MGSA/GROalpha, beta or gamma in immortalized murine melanocytes (melan-a cells) enables these cells to form tumors in SCID and nude mice. To examine the possibility that the MGSA/GRO effect on melanocyte transformation requires expression of other genes, differential display was performed. One of the mRNA's identified in the screen as overexpressed in MGSA/GRO transformed melan-a clones was the newly described M-Ras or R-Ras3 gene, a member of the Ras gene superfamily. Over-expression of MGSA/GRO upregulates M-Ras expression at both the mRNA and protein levels, and this induction requires an intact glutamine-leucine-arginine (ELR)-motif in the MGSA/GRO protein. Western blot examination of Ras expression revealed that K- and N-Ras proteins are also elevated in MGSA/GRO-expressing melan-a clones, leading to an overall increase in the amount of activated Ras. MGSA/GRO-expressing melan-a clones exhibited enhanced AP-1 activity. The effects of MGSA/GRO on AP-1 activation could be mimicked by over-expression of wild-type M-Ras or a constitutively activated M-Ras mutant in control melan-a cells as monitored by an AP-1-luciferase reporter, while expression of a dominant negative M-Ras blocked AP-1-luciferase activity in MGSA/GRO-transformed melan-a clones. In the in vitro transformation assay, over-expression of M-Ras mimicked the effects of MGSA/GRO by inducing cellular transformation in control melan-a cells, while over-expression of dominant negative M-Ras in MGSA/GROalpha-expressing melan-a-6 cells blocked transformation. These data suggest that MGSA/GRO-mediated transformation requires Ras activation in melanocytes.
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alpha-Chemokine growth factors for adenocarcinomas; a synthetic peptide inhibitor for alpha-chemokines inhibits the growth of adenocarcinoma cell lines.The experiments aimed to determine if alpha-chemokine inhibitors are effective suppressors of the growth of adenocarcinomas, a neoplasm with a high mortality rate.
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A synthetic peptide inhibitor for alpha-chemokines inhibits the tumour growth and pulmonary metastasis of human melanoma cells in nude mice.Growth-related oncogene-alpha (GROalpha) was first described as an autocrine mitogen and growth factor for melanoma cells. More recent studies show that GROalpha, interleukin-8 (IL-8) and other members of the alpha-chemokine superfamily are also angiogenic. Therefore, we sought to determine if inhibitors of the alpha-chemokine receptor would be effective in inhibiting the tumour growth and pulmonary metastasis of human melanoma cells. We determined that melanocytes and 12 human melanoma cell lines produce both GROalpha and IL-8. The proliferation of A375SM, a highly metastatic cell line, and C8161-C were significantly increased by human recombinant GROalpha and inhibited by anti-human GROalpha monoclonal antibody. Antileukinate, a potent inhibitor of alpha-chemokine receptor binding, inhibited the binding of GROalpha to its receptors in melanocytes and all 12 melanoma cell lines tested. Antileukinate also suppressed proliferation of A375SM and C8161-C cells in a dose-dependent manner, and the suppression was not due to cytotoxic effects. Furthermore, continuous administration of antileukinate inhibited the tumour growth and pulmonary metastasis of A375SM cells in athymic BALB/c nude mice. These findings suggest that antileukinate inhibits the growth of melanoma cells by preventing GROalpha from binding to its receptors. This suggests a possible use of alpha-chemokine receptor inhibitors such as antileukinate in the treatment of malignant melanoma.
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Inhibition of GROalpha-induced human endothelial cell proliferation by the alpha-chemokine inhibitor antileukinate.GROalpha, an autocrine mitogenic factor for melanoma cell lines, belongs to the superfamily of alpha-chemokines. Here, we report that GROalpha stimulates the growth of human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC) in vitro, with proliferation being significantly stimulated by 100 nM recombinant human (rh) GROalpha. Proliferation was significantly inhibited by 100 microg/ml anti- human GROalpha monoclonal antibody (mAb), while excess GROalpha restored the growth. The addition of rhIL-8, rhIP-10, anti-human IL-8 or anti-human ENA-78 mAbs did not alter HUVEC proliferation. [125I]IL-8 binding to HUVEC was saturable and inhibited by non-radioactively iodinated IL-8, but not non-iodinated IL-8. [125I]GROalpha binding was also inhibited by iodinated IL-8. Since these data suggested specific binding sites for alpha-chemokines on HUVEC, we tested the effect of antileukinate, a potent alpha-chemokine receptor inhibitor, on [125I]GROalpha binding. Antileukinate inhibited GROalpha binding and suppressed HUVEC proliferation in a dose-dependent manner. Antileukinate was not cytotoxic, with no decrease in cell viability in the presence of 100 microM antileukinate. These findings suggest that GROalpha is essential for HUVEC growth factor and that antileukinate inhibits growth by preventing autocrine GROalpha receptor binding. This raises the interesting possibility of alpha-chemokine receptor inhibitors, such as antileukinate, in the treatment of cancer where angiogenesis is an important factor for tumour growth.
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Negative feedback between prostaglandin and alpha- and beta-chemokine synthesis in human microglial cells and astrocytes.The understanding of immune surveillance and inflammation regulation in cerebral tissue is essential in the therapy of neuroimmunological disorders. We demonstrate here that primary human glial cells were able to produce alpha- and beta-chemokines (IL-8 > growth related protein alpha (GROalpha) > RANTES > microphage inflammatory protein (MIP)-1alpha and MIP-1beta) in parallel to PGs (PGE2 and PGF2alpha) after proinflammatory cytokine stimulation: TNF-alpha + IL-1beta induced all except RANTES, which was induced by TNF-alpha + IFN-gamma. Purified cultures of astrocytes and microglia were also induced by the same combination of cytokines, to produce all these mediators except MIP-1alpha and MIP-1beta, which were produced predominantly by astrocytes. The inhibition of PG production by indomethacin led to a 37-60% increase in RANTES, MIP-1alpha, and MIP-1beta but not in GROalpha and IL-8 secretion. In contrast, inhibition of IL-8 and GRO activities using neutralizing Abs resulted in a specific 6-fold increase in PGE2 but not in PGF2alpha production by stimulated microglial cells and astrocytes, whereas Abs to beta-chemokines had no effect. Thus, the production of PGs in human glial cells down-regulates their beta-chemokine secretion, whereas alpha-chemokine production in these cells controls PG secretion level. These data suggest that under inflammatory conditions, the intraparenchymal production of PGs could control chemotactic gradient of beta-chemokines for an appropriate effector cell recruitment or activation. Conversely, the elevated intracerebral alpha-chemokine levels could reduce PG secretion, preventing the exacerbation of inflammation and neurotoxicity.
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