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Interleukin (IL)-15 and IL-2 Reciprocally Regulate Expression of the Chemokine Receptor CX3CR1 through Selective NFAT1- and NFAT2-dependent Mechanisms

We have recently reported that interleukin (IL)-15 and IL-2, which signal through IL-2Rbetagamma, oppositely regulate expression of the proinflammatory chemokine receptor CX3CR1. Here we delineate molecular mechanisms responsible for this paradox. By...
Authors: Barlic J, McDermott DH, Merrell MN, Gonzales J, Via LE and Murphy PM

Reconstitution of deficient T cell receptor zeta chain restores T cell signaling and 8ments T cell receptor/CD3-induced interleukin-2 production in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus

OBJECTIVE: T cells from a majority of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) display antigen receptor-mediated signaling aberrations associated with defective T cell receptor (TCR) zeta chain, a subunit of the TCR/CD3 complex. This study...
Authors: Nambiar MP, Fisher CU, Warke VG, Krishnan S, Mitchell JP, Delaney N and Tsokos GC

Alpha2-chimaerin, cyclin-dependent Kinase 5/p35, and its target collapsin response mediator protein-2 are essential components in semaphorin 3A-induced growth-cone collapse

Neurite outgrowth is influenced by positive and negative signals that include the semaphorins, an important family of axonal outgrowth inhibitors. Here we report that the Rac GTPase activating protein (GAP)alpha2-chimaerin is involved in Semaphorin...
Authors: Brown M, Jacobs T, Eickholt B, Ferrari G, Teo M, Monfries C, Qi RZ, Leung T, Lim L and Hall C

Herp Stabilizes Neuronal Ca2+ Homeostasis and Mitochondrial Function during Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress

In response to endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, cells launch homeostatic and protective responses, but can also activate cell death cascades. A 54 kDa integral ER membrane protein called Herp was identified as a stress-responsive protein in...
Authors: Chan SL, Fu W, Zhang P, Cheng A, Lee J, Kokame K and Mattson MP

Photobleaching-Corrected FRET Efficiency Imaging of Live Cells

Fluorescent resonance energy transfer (FRET) imaging techniques can be used to visualize protein-protein interactions in real-time with subcellular resolution. Imaging of sensitized fluorescence of the acceptor, elicited during excitation of the...
Authors: Zal T and Gascoigne NR

Peroxiredoxin III, a Mitochondrion-specific Peroxidase, Regulates Apoptotic Signaling by Mitochondria

Various proapoptotic stimuli increase the production of superoxide and H(2)O(2) by mitochondria. Whereas superoxide impairs mitochondrial function and is removed by Mn(2+)-dependent superoxide dismutase, the role and metabolism of mitochondrial...
Authors: Chang TS, Cho CS, Park S, Yu S, Kang SW and Rhee SG

A transmigratory cup in leukocyte diapedesis both through individual vascular endothelial cells and between them

The basic route and mechanisms for leukocyte migration across the endothelium remain poorly defined. We provide definitive evidence for transcellular (i.e., through individual endothelial cells) diapedesis in vitro and demonstrate that virtually all,...
Authors: Carman CV and Springer TA

Linkage between Werner Syndrome Protein and the Mre11 Complex via Nbs1

The Werner syndrome and the Nijmegen breakage syndrome are recessive genetic disorders that show increased genomic instability, cancer predisposition, hypersensitivity to mitomycin C and gamma-irradiation, shortened telomeres, and cell cycle defects....
Authors: Cheng WH, Von Kobbe C, Opresko PL, Arthur LM, Komatsu K, Seidman MM, Carney JP, Bohr VA

Mechanism of NF-kappaB inactivation induced by survival signal withdrawal in cerebellar granule neurons

Activity of the transcription factor nuclear factor-kappaB (NF-kappaB) has been shown to be necessary for maintaining neuronal viability. In cultured rat cerebellar granule neurons, trophic factor withdrawal induces NF-kappaB inactivation, resulting...
Authors: Kovacs AD, Chakraborty-Sett S, Ramirez SH, Sniderhan LF, Williamson AL and Maggirwar SB

Characterization of Mammalian Sulfiredoxin and Its Reactivation of Hyperoxidized Peroxiredoxin through Reduction of Cysteine Sulfinic Acid in the Active Site to Cysteine

Peroxiredoxins (Prxs) are a family of peroxidases that reduce hydroperoxides. The cysteine residue in the active site of certain eukaryotic Prx enzymes undergoes reversible oxidation to sulfinic acid (Cys-SO2H) during catalysis, and sulfiredoxin...
Authors: Chang TS, Jeong W, Woo HA, Lee SM, Park S and Rhee SG
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