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#36450579 2022/11/29 To Up
Thrombin cleaves recombinant soluble thrombomodulin into a lectin-like domain fragment and a fragment with protein C-activating cofactor activity.Thrombomodulin (TM) is a transmembrane protein that plays an important role in regulating the coagulation system by acting as a cofactor for thrombin in protein C activation. Additionally, TM is involved in inflammation. Previous studies have shown that soluble fragments of TM of varying sizes, which are derived from membrane-bound TM, are present in plasma and urine. Soluble fragments of TM are speculated to exhibit biological activity. Among these, a lectin-like domain fragment (TMD1) is of particular importance. Recombinant TMD1 has previously been shown to attenuate lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammation. Here, we report that thrombin cleaves recombinant soluble TM, which is used for the treatment of disseminated intravascular coagulation associated with sepsis, into TMD1 and a fragment comprising the C-terminal portion of TM (TMD23), the latter of which retains the cofactor activity for activating protein C. Our findings suggest that thrombin not only activates protein C on membrane-bound TM but may also cleave TM to generate TMD1.
Hirota Yokoyama, Koichiro Tateishi, Yurie Baba, Akina Kobayashi, Manami Hashimoto, Shion Fukuda, Hinano Yamao, Taiga Maruyama, Munehiro Nakata, Misao Matsushita
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Short and long-term associations between serum proteins linked to cardiovascular disease and particle exposure among constructions workers.Construction workers are exposed to respirable dust, including respirable crystalline silica (RCS), which is a potential risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The aim of this study was to evaluate whether exposure to particles among construction workers is associated with short- and long-term alterations in CVD-related serum proteins.
Anda R Gliga, Karin Grahn, Per Gustavsson, Petter Ljungman P, Maria Albin, Jenny Selander, Karin Broberg
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#36389831 2022/10/31 To Up
Potent anti-inflammatory activity of the lectin-like domain of TNF in joints.In view of the crucial role of tumor necrosis factor (TNF) in joint destruction, TNF inhibitors, including neutralizing anti-TNF antibodies and soluble TNF receptor constructs, are commonly used therapeutics for the treatment of arthropathies like rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However, not all patients achieve remission; moreover, there is a risk of increased susceptibility to infection with these agents. Spatially distinct from its receptor binding sites, TNF harbors a lectin-like domain, which exerts unique functions that can be mimicked by the 17 residue solnatide peptide. This domain binds to specific oligosaccharides such as ''-diacetylchitobiose and directly target the α subunit of the epithelial sodium channel. Solnatide was shown to have anti-inflammatory actions in acute lung injury and glomerulonephritis models. In this study, we evaluated whether the lectin-like domain of TNF can mitigate the development of immune-mediated arthritis in mice. In an antigen-induced arthritis model, solnatide reduced cell influx and release of pro-inflammatory mediators into the joints, associated with reduction in edema and tissue damage, as compared to controls indicating that TNF has anti-inflammatory effects in an acute model of joint inflammation its lectin-like domain.
Ana Carolina Matias Dinelly Pinto, Rodolfo de Melo Nunes, Igor Albuquerque Nogueira, Bernhard Fischer, Rudolf Lucas, Virgínia Claudia Carneiro Girão-Carmona, Vivian Louise Soares de Oliveira, Flavio Almeida Amaral, Georg Schett, Francisco Airton Castro Rocha
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#36385349 2022/11/16 To Up
LOX-1 deficiency increases ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm via thinning of adventitial collagen.Lectin-like oxidized low-density lipoprotein receptor-1 (LOX-1) is a key mediator of inflammation and plays an important role in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. Conversely, LOX-1 deficiency has been shown to decrease inflammation and atherosclerosis, both of which have been proposed to contribute to abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) pathogenesis. However, the role of LOX-1 in AAA pathogenesis remains unknown. Here, we investigated the effects of Olr1 (which encodes LOX-1) deletion on angiotensin II (Ang II)-induced AAA in apolipoprotein E knockout (ApoE KO) mice to determine whether LOX-1 deficiency mitigates AAA development. To accomplish this, we used serial, non-invasive ultrasound assessment, which revealed that the incidence and expansion rate of AAA were similar regardless of Olr1 deletion. However, Olr1 deletion significantly increased severe AAAs, including ruptured AAAs resulting in death. Oil Red O staining of the harvested aortas showed that the extent of atheroma burden localized in aneurysmal lesions did not differ between LOX-1-deficient and control mice, suggesting that Olr1 deletion did not decrease atheroma burden in the aneurysmal wall. Further histopathological analysis revealed that aneurysmal lesions in LOX-1-deficient mice had fewer fibroblasts and myofibroblasts, as well as thinner adventitial collagen, although the degree of elastin fragmentation or disruption was similar between LOX-1-deficient and control mice. An in vitro study confirmed that the proliferation of adventitial fibroblasts collected from LOX-1-deficient mice was significantly attenuated despite Ang II stimulation. In conclusion, Olr1 deletion may not mitigate aneurysm development but rather increases the vulnerability of rupture by suppressing adventitial fibroblast proliferation and collagen synthesis.
Kayo Takahashi, Jun Aono, Yasuhisa Nakao, Mika Hamaguchi, Chika Suehiro, Mie Kurata, Tomohisa Sakaue, Akemi Kakino, Tatsuya Sawamura, Katsuji Inoue, Shuntaro Ikeda, Jun Suzuki, Osamu Yamaguchi
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[Research progress on the mechanism of role of podoplanin in sepsis].Podoplanin (PDPN) is a small transmembrane mucin-like glycoprotein which is expressed on the surface of lymphatic endothelial cells, glomerular podocytes, type-I alveolar epithelial cells and some tumor cells. PDPN plays crucial function in variety of physiological and pathological processes such as embryonic development, immunoreaction, inflammation and cancer. C-type lectin-like receptor 2 (CLEC2) is mainly expressed on the platelet which specific ligand is PDPN. The interaction between PDPN and CLEC2 has received extensive attention. In this review, we summarized recent researches on the role of in sepsis and elaborated the possible mechanisms and some potential therapies for sepsis by targeting PDPN, which may provide theoretical basis for the mechanism and treatment of sepsis.
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#36361609 2022/10/24 To Up
Shuterin Enhances the Cytotoxicity of the Natural Killer Leukemia Cell Line KHYG-1 by Increasing the Expression Levels of Granzyme B and IFN-γ through the MAPK and Ras/Raf Signaling Pathways.Natural killer (NK) cell therapy is an emerging tool for cancer immunotherapy. NK cells are isolated from peripheral blood, and their number and activity are limited. Therefore, primary NK cells should be expanded substantially, and their proliferation and cytotoxicity must be enhanced. Shuterin is a phytochemical isolated from . In this study, we explored the possible capacity of shuterin to enhance the proliferation and activity of KHYG-1 cells (an NK leukemia cell line). Shuterin enhanced the proliferation of KHYG-1 cells and their cytotoxicity to K562 cells. Moreover, this phytochemical induced the expression of granzyme B by promoting the phosphorylated cyclic adenosine monophosphate response element-binding protein (CREB) and mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signaling pathways. Furthermore, the secretion of interferon (IFN)-γ increased with increasing levels of shuterin in KHYG-1 cells and NK cells obtained from adults with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. Shuterin appeared to induce IFN-γ secretion by increasing the expression of lectin-like transcript 1 and the phosphorylation of proteins involved in the Ras/Raf pathway. Thus, shuterin represents a promising agent for promoting the proliferation and cytotoxicity of NK cells.
Jen-Tsun Lin, Yi-Ching Chuang, Mu-Kuan Chen, Yu-Sheng Lo, Chia-Chieh Lin, Hsin-Yu Ho, Yen-Tze Liu, Ming-Ju Hsieh
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#36353214 2022/06/21 To Up
Bioinformatics Approaches to Predict Mutation Effects in the Binding Site of the Proangiogenic Molecule CD93.The transmembrane glycoprotein CD93 has been identified as a potential new target to inhibit tumor angiogenesis. Recently, Multimerin-2 (MMRN2), a pan-endothelial extracellular matrix protein, has been identified as a ligand for CD93, but the interaction mechanism between these two proteins is yet to be studied. In this article, we aim to investigate the structural and functional effects of induced mutations on the binding domain of CD93 to MMRN2. Starting from experimental data, we assessed how specific mutations in the C-type lectin-like domain (CTLD) affect the binding interaction profile. We described a four-step workflow in order to predict the effects of variations on the inter-residue interaction network at the PPI, based on evolutionary information, complex network metrics, and energetic affinity. We showed that the application of computational approaches, combined with experimental data, allowed us to gain more in-depth molecular insights into the CD93-MMRN2 interaction, offering a platform for developing innovative therapeutics able to target these molecules and block their interaction. This comprehensive molecular insight might prove useful in drug design in cancer therapy.
Vittoria Cicaloni, Malancha Karmakar, Luisa Frusciante, Francesco Pettini, Anna Visibelli, Maurizio Orlandini, Federico Galvagni, Maurizio Mongiat, Michael Silk, Federica Nardi, David Ascher, Annalisa Santucci, Ottavia Spiga
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#36342592 2022/11/07 To Up
LOX-1 Regulation in Anti-atherosclerosis of Active Compounds of Herbal Medicine: Current Knowledge and the New Insight.Lectin-like oxidized low-density lipoprotein receptor-1 (LOX-1) have recently been identified to be closely related to the occurrence and development of atherosclerosis (AS). A growing body of evidence has suggested Chinese medicine takes unique advantages in preventing and treating AS. In this review, the related research progress of AS and LOX-1 has been summarized. And the anti-AS effects of 10 active components of herbal medicine through LOX-1 regulation have been further reviewed. As a potential biomarker and target for intervention in AS, LOX-1 targeted therapy might provide a promising and novel approach to atherosclerotic prevention and treatment.
Si-Jie Yao, Tao-Hua Lan, Xin-Yu Zhang, Qiao-Huang Zeng, Wen-Jing Xu, Xiao-Qing Li, Gui-Bao Huang, Tong Liu, Wei-Hui Lyu, Wei Jiang
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Knockdown of Bcl-3 alleviates psoriasis and dyslipidemia comorbidity by regulating Akt pathway.Psoriasis is considered as an inflammatory skin disease accompanied by dyslipidemia comorbidity. B-cell leukemia-3 (Bcl-3) belongs to IκB (inhibitor of nuclear factor kappa B [NF-κB]) family, and regulates inflammatory response through associating with NF-κB. The role of Bcl-3 in psoriasis was investigated in this study.
Wei Li, Wei Yang, Can Yang
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#36316644 2022/10/31 To Up
Sex differences exist in adult heart group 2 innate lymphoid cells.Group 2 innate lymphoid cells (ILC2s) are the most dominant ILCs in heart tissue, and sex-related differences exist in mouse lung ILC2 phenotypes and functions; however, it is still unclear whether there are sex differences in heart ILC2s.
Hongyan Peng, Shuting Wu, Shanshan Wang, Qinglan Yang, Lili Wang, Shuju Zhang, Minghui Huang, Yana Li, Peiwen Xiong, Zhaohui Zhang, Yue Cai, Liping Li, Youcai Deng, Yafei Deng200ul250ul20x50 ug96 wells30 reactions10225ml200ul5mg250ul
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