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Dectin-1による種特異的リガンド認識特性の決定機構に関する研究

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概要 C-type lectin receptors (CLRs) comprise a large family of immunoreceptors that recognize polysaccharide ligands exposed on pathogen surfaces and are conserved among mammals. However, interspecies diff...erences in their ligand spectrums are not fully understood. Dectin-1 is a well-characterized CLR that recognizes β-glucan. We report here that seaweed-derived fucan activates cells expressing human Dectin-1 but not mouse Dectin-1. Low-valency β-glucan components within fucan appeared to be responsible for this activation, as the ligand activity was eliminated by β-glucanase treatment. The low-valency β-glucan laminarin also acted as an agonist for human Dectin-1 but not for mouse Dectin-1, whereas the high-valency β-glucan curdlan activated both human and mouse Dectin-1. Reciprocal mutagenesis analysis revealed that the ligand-binding domain of human Dectin-1 does not determine its unique sensitivity to low-valency β-glucan. Rather, we found that its intracellular domain renders human Dectin-1 reactive to low-valency β-glucan ligand. Substitution with two amino acids, Glu^2 and Pro^5, located in the human Dectin-1 intracellular domain was sufficient to confer sensitivity to low-valency β-glucan in mouse Dectin-1. Conversely, the introduction of mouse-specific amino acids, Lys2 and Ser5, to human Dectin-1 reduced the reactivity to low-valency β-glucan. Indeed, low-valency ligands induced a set of proinflammatory genes in human but not mouse dendritic cells. These results suggest that the intracellular domain, not ligand-binding domain, of Dectin-1 determines the species-specific ligand profile.続きを見る

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