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eBook FC GAMMA RECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN MICROGLIA IN RESPONSE TO CRYPTOCOCCUS: FcR activation in microglial gene induction and distinct FcR subtypes and ... in phagocytosis and chemokine expression ePub

by Xianyuan Song

  • ISBN: 3639175743
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Xianyuan Song
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: VDM Verlag (July 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 136
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perhaps not surprising that microglial activation an. Conclusions: Our data indicated that microglia in lupus exhibit a unique primed phenotype characterized by the upregulated.

perhaps not surprising that microglial activation and. dysfunction are increasingly implicated in almost all. diseases and injuries of the CNS29–32. Microglial gene expression analysis of FcγRIIB-/-Yaa mice revealed the upregulation of IFN-responsive genes and genes including Axl, Clec7a, and Itgax, which were previously reported in neurodegenerative conditions and primed conditions. Conclusions: Our data indicated that microglia in lupus exhibit a unique primed phenotype characterized by the upregulated expressions of lated genes and IFN-responsive genes.

Song et al. Fc receptor signaling in microglia. Ras is one of the upstream kinases known to activate the MEK/ERK pathway, although previous studies in Fc␥R-activated THP-1 cells found this not to be the case. Thus, we asked if Ras were upstream of ERK in microglial Fc␥R signaling. We tested this by adenoviral transduction of primary human microglia with Ras DN or MEK CA.

For instance, elevated microglial activation has been shown in response to a range of psychosocial stressors in. .

For instance, elevated microglial activation has been shown in response to a range of psychosocial stressors in early life, as well as in adulthood (Calcia et a. 2016), known to increase the risk of mental illness mediated by microglial inflammatory activation (Frick, Williams, & Pittenger, 2013;Nair & Bonneau, 2006).

Upon CNS infections and injury, microglial activation and peripheral . Does macrophage and microglial phenotype modulate neuroinflammation and MS?

Upon CNS infections and injury, microglial activation and peripheral macrophage recruitment and activation occur. Based on the specific genes expressed in microglia and the subset of functions unique to microglia, one can postulate that other tissue-specific macrophages have roles exclusive to their tissue that monocyte-derived macrophages cannot replace. Monocyte-derived CNS macrophages and microglia have similar morphologies and phagocytic functions but their origins are distinct. Does macrophage and microglial phenotype modulate neuroinflammation and MS?

neuroinflammation microglia alternative activation acquired deactivation brain . Receptor-associated kinases are recruited to the complex and, in turn, activate a series of additional kinases that phosphorylate.

neuroinflammation microglia alternative activation acquired deactivation brain repair immunosuppression Alzheimer’s disease. This response to injury is inherent, preprogrammed, and characteristic of specific immune cells within particular tissues. In the brain, the primary cells in the innate immune response are microglia, although astrocytes and neurons may also play an immune role (Streit and Kincaid-Colton 1995). Receptor-associated kinases are recruited to the complex and, in turn, activate a series of additional kinases that phosphorylate transcription factors.

Cryptococcus neoformans monoclonal antibody immune complex (IC) induces beta-chemokines and phagocytosis in primary human microglia via activation of Fc receptor for immunoglobulin G (FcgammaR). In this report, we investigated microglial FcgammaR signal-transduction pathways by using adenoviral-mediated gene transfer and specific inhibitors of cell-signaling pathways

Activation through the surface, vacuolar, and cytosolic receptors results in.FcR activators can trigger diverse events in cells that gain expression as increased intracellular Ca2+.

Activation through the surface, vacuolar, and cytosolic receptors results in signals to control or regulate functions in their neighbors and distant target cells. Their phagocytic capacity is variable and may even be undetectable but provides a well-developed machinery to internalize, degrade, and store cargo such as poorly degraded foreign particles Besides being a regulator of activation in macrophages, TIM-3 participates in a process through which damaged cells and apoptotic bodies are removed and eliminated from pluricellular organisms.

Activation of the peripheral immune system elicits a coordinated response from the central nervous system

Activation of the peripheral immune system elicits a coordinated response from the central nervous system. Key to this immune to brain communication is that glia, microglia, and astrocytes, interpret and propagate inflammatory signals in the brain that influence physiological and behavioral responses. Although proinflammatory cytokine expression in microglia peaked 2-4 h after LPS, astrocyte cytokine, and chemokine induction was delayed and peaked at 12 h. Morphological alterations in microglia (Iba-1(+)) and astrocytes (GFAP(+)), however, were undetected during this 2-12 h timeframe.

Upon activation microglia can up-regulate their expression of various .

Upon activation microglia can up-regulate their expression of various receptors and pro- and anti-inammatory mediators. Microglia may contribute to the inammatory processes occurring in chronic conditions like Alzheimers and Parkinsons diseases and neuropathic pain. 4. Associated pathologies Activation of microglia has been observed in many conditions of chronic inammation within the central nervous system. Angiotensin II and aldosterone may act either directly or via induction of reactive oxygen species to initiate the inammatory response (Felder et a. 2003; Guggilam et a. 2007; Lindley et a. 2004).

Cryptococcus neoformans is an encapsulated fungal pathogen that is remarkable for its ability to cause central nervous system (CNS) infections especially in patients with AIDS. Increasing evidence suggests that microglia play a central role in the host response in cryptococcal meningoencephalitis. However, the mechanism by which microglia regulate the inflammatory process is poorly understood. We studied the microglial Fc receptor activation in response to C. neoformans-mAb challenge and showed that Fc¿R activation is a powerful means of microglial gene induction. We also showed that distinct FcR subtypes and signaling pathways are involved in phagocytosis and chemokine expression. Our results thus indicate that antibody-deficiency can lead to inadequate phagocyte activation and insufficient inflammatory cell recruitment to the CNS. As the biological activity of C. neoformans immune complex in microglia was attributable to the activation of microglial FcR, our study has implications beyond cryptococcal infection in which antibody (natural or administered) can encounter antigens within the CNS.