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Signal Transduction in Primary Human T Lymphocytes in Altered Gravity During Parabolic Flight and Clinostat Experiments.

Tytuł :
Signal Transduction in Primary Human T Lymphocytes in Altered Gravity During Parabolic Flight and Clinostat Experiments.
Autorzy :
Tauber, Svantje
Hauschild, Swantje
Paulsen, Katrin
Gutewort, annett
Raig, Christiane
Hürlimann, Eva
Biskup, Josefine
Philpot, Claudia
Lier, Hartwin
Engelmann, Frank
Pantaleo, antonella
Cogoli, augusto
Pippia, Proto
Layer, Liliana E.
Thiel, Cora S.
Ullrich, Oliver
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Temat :
CELLULAR signal transduction
T cells
IMMUNE system
BIOLOGICAL models
GENE expression
CLINOSTAT
Źródło :
Cellular Physiology & Biochemistry (Karger AG); Feb2015, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p1034-1051, 18p
Czasopismo naukowe
Background/Aims: Several limiting factors for human health and performance in microgravity have been clearly identified arising from the immune system, and substantial research activities are required in order to provide the basic information for appropriate integrated risk management. The gravity-sensitive nature of cells of the immune system renders them an ideal biological model in search for general gravity-sensitive mechanisms and to understand how the architecture and function of human cells is related to the gravitational force and therefore adapted to life on Earth. Methods: We investigated the influence of altered gravity in parabolic flight and 2D clinostat experiments on key proteins of activation and signaling in primary T lymphocytes. We quantified components of the signaling cascade 1.) in non-activated T lymphocytes to assess the 'basal status' of the cascade and 2.) in the process of activation to assess the signal transduction. Results: We found a rapid decrease of CD3 and IL-2R surface expression and reduced p-LAT after 20 seconds of altered gravity in non-activated primary T lymphocytes during parabolic flight. Furthermore, we observed decreased CD3 surface expression, reduced ZAP-70 abundance and increased histone H3-acetylation in activated T lymphocytes after 5 minutes of clinorotation and a transient downregulation of CD3 and stable downregulation of IL-2R during 60 minutes of clinorotation. Conclusion: CD3 and IL-2R are downregulated in primary T lymphocytes in altered gravity. We assume that a gravity condition around 1g is required for the expression of key surface receptors and appropriate regulation of signal molecules in T lymphocytes. © 2015 S. Karger AG, Basel [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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