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A human antithrombin isoform dampens inflammatory responses and protects from organ damage during bacterial infection

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Författare P. Papareddy
M. Rossnagel
F. D. Hollwedel
G. Kilic
S. Veerla
C. Naudin
E. Smeds
J. Westman
I. Martinez-Martinez
A. Egesten
M. E. de la Morena-Barrio
J. Corral
A. Linder
A. Artoni
M. Abbattista
C. Novembrino
C. H. Brakebusch
I. Martinelli
Gopinath Kasetty
H. Herwald
Publicerad i Nature Microbiology
Volym 4
Nummer/häfte 12
Sidor 2442-2455
ISSN 2058-5276
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid Institutionen för biomedicin, avdelningen för mikrobiologi och immunologi
Sidor 2442-2455
Språk en
Länkar dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41564-019-0559-...
Ämnesord factor pathway inhibitor, sepsis, anticoagulant, phosphatase, activation, binding, myd88, Microbiology
Ämneskategorier Mikrobiologi

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Severe infectious diseases are often characterized by an overwhelming and unbalanced systemic immune response to microbial infections. Human antithrombin (hAT) is a crucial coagulation inhibitor with anti-inflammatory activities. Here we identify three hAT-binding proteins (CD13, CD300f and LRP-1) on human monocytes that are involved in blocking the activity of nuclear factor-kappa B. We found that the modulating effect is primarily restricted to the less abundant beta-isoform (h beta AT) of hAT that lacks N-glycosylation at position 135. Individuals with a mutation at this position have increased production of h beta AT and analysis of their blood, which was stimulated ex vivo with lipopolysaccharide, showed a decreased inflammatory response. Similar findings were recorded when heterozygotic mice expressing hAT or h beta AT were challenged with lipopolysaccharide or infected with Escherichia coli bacteria. Our results finally demonstrate that in a lethal E. coli infection model, survival rates increased when mice were treated with h beta AT one hour and five hours after infection. The treatment also resulted in a reduction of the inflammatory response and less severe organ damage.

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