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Polymorphic variants of LIGHT (TNF superfamily-14) alter receptor avidity and bioavailability

Timothy C Cheung, Ken Coppieters UGent, Hideki Sanjo, Lisa M Oborne, Paula S Norris, Amy Coddington, Steven W Granger, Dirk Elewaut UGent and Carl F Ware (2010) JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 185(3). p.1949-1958
abstract
The TNF superfamily member homologous to lymphotoxins, exhibits inducible expression, and competes with HSV glycoprotein D for herpesvirus entry mediator (HVEM), a receptor expressed by T lymphocytes (LIGHT) [ TNF superfamily (SF)-14], is a key cytokine that activates T cells and dendritic cells and is implicated as a mediator of inflammatory, metabolic, and malignant diseases. LIGHT engages the lymphotoxin-beta receptor (LT beta R) and HVEM (TNFRSF14), but is competitively limited in activating these receptors by soluble decoy receptor-3 (DcR3; TNFRSF6B). Two variants in the human LIGHT alter the protein at E214K (rs344560) in the receptor-binding domain and S32L (rs2291667) in the cytosolic domain; however, the functional impact of these polymorphisms is unknown. A neutralizing Ab failed to bind the LIGHT-214K variant, indicating this position as a part of the receptor-binding region. Relative to the predominant reference variant S32/E214, the other variants showed altered avidity with LT beta R and less with HVEM. Heterotrimers of the LIGHT variants decreased binding avidity to DcR3 and minimized the inhibitory effect of DcR3 toward LT beta R-induced activation of NF-kappa B. In patients with immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, DcR3 protein levels were significantly elevated. Immunohistochemistry revealed synoviocytes as a significant source of DcR3 production, and DcR3 hyperexpression is controlled by posttranscriptional mechanisms. The increased potential for LT beta R signaling, coupled with increased bioavailability due to lower DcR3 avidity, provides a mechanism of how polymorphic variants in LIGHT could contribute to the pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases.
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T-CELL-ACTIVATION, LYMPHOTOXIN-BETA-RECEPTOR, HERPESVIRUS ENTRY MEDIATOR, SYSTEMIC-LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS, DECOY RECEPTOR-3, HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA, RHEUMATOID-ARTHRITIS, EXPRESSION, LYMPHOCYTE-ACTIVATION, APOPTOSIS
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JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
J. Immunol.
volume
185
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3
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1949 - 1958
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Article
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000280177400073
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IMMUNOLOGY
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5.745 (2010)
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20/133 (2010)
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1 (2010)
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0022-1767
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10.4049/jimmunol.1001159
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English
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1096147
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1096147
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2011-01-10 10:03:53
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  abstract     = {The TNF superfamily member homologous to lymphotoxins, exhibits inducible expression, and competes with HSV glycoprotein D for herpesvirus entry mediator (HVEM), a receptor expressed by T lymphocytes (LIGHT) [ TNF superfamily (SF)-14], is a key cytokine that activates T cells and dendritic cells and is implicated as a mediator of inflammatory, metabolic, and malignant diseases. LIGHT engages the lymphotoxin-beta receptor (LT beta R) and HVEM (TNFRSF14), but is competitively limited in activating these receptors by soluble decoy receptor-3 (DcR3; TNFRSF6B). Two variants in the human LIGHT alter the protein at E214K (rs344560) in the receptor-binding domain and S32L (rs2291667) in the cytosolic domain; however, the functional impact of these polymorphisms is unknown. A neutralizing Ab failed to bind the LIGHT-214K variant, indicating this position as a part of the receptor-binding region. Relative to the predominant reference variant S32/E214, the other variants showed altered avidity with LT beta R and less with HVEM. Heterotrimers of the LIGHT variants decreased binding avidity to DcR3 and minimized the inhibitory effect of DcR3 toward LT beta R-induced activation of NF-kappa B. In patients with immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, DcR3 protein levels were significantly elevated. Immunohistochemistry revealed synoviocytes as a significant source of DcR3 production, and DcR3 hyperexpression is controlled by posttranscriptional mechanisms. The increased potential for LT beta R signaling, coupled with increased bioavailability due to lower DcR3 avidity, provides a mechanism of how polymorphic variants in LIGHT could contribute to the pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases.},
  author       = {Cheung, Timothy C and Coppieters, Ken and Sanjo, Hideki and Oborne, Lisa M and Norris, Paula S and Coddington, Amy and Granger, Steven W and Elewaut, Dirk and Ware, Carl F},
  issn         = {0022-1767},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY},
  keyword      = {T-CELL-ACTIVATION,LYMPHOTOXIN-BETA-RECEPTOR,HERPESVIRUS ENTRY MEDIATOR,SYSTEMIC-LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS,DECOY RECEPTOR-3,HEPATOCELLULAR-CARCINOMA,RHEUMATOID-ARTHRITIS,EXPRESSION,LYMPHOCYTE-ACTIVATION,APOPTOSIS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {1949--1958},
  title        = {Polymorphic variants of LIGHT (TNF superfamily-14) alter receptor avidity and bioavailability},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4049/jimmunol.1001159},
  volume       = {185},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Cheung, Timothy C, Ken Coppieters, Hideki Sanjo, Lisa M Oborne, Paula S Norris, Amy Coddington, Steven W Granger, Dirk Elewaut, and Carl F Ware. 2010. “Polymorphic Variants of LIGHT (TNF Superfamily-14) Alter Receptor Avidity and Bioavailability.” Journal of Immunology 185 (3): 1949–1958.
APA
Cheung, T. C., Coppieters, K., Sanjo, H., Oborne, L. M., Norris, P. S., Coddington, A., Granger, S. W., et al. (2010). Polymorphic variants of LIGHT (TNF superfamily-14) alter receptor avidity and bioavailability. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 185(3), 1949–1958.
Vancouver
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Cheung TC, Coppieters K, Sanjo H, Oborne LM, Norris PS, Coddington A, et al. Polymorphic variants of LIGHT (TNF superfamily-14) alter receptor avidity and bioavailability. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY. 2010;185(3):1949–58.
MLA
Cheung, Timothy C, Ken Coppieters, Hideki Sanjo, et al. “Polymorphic Variants of LIGHT (TNF Superfamily-14) Alter Receptor Avidity and Bioavailability.” JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY 185.3 (2010): 1949–1958. Print.