MOUSE ANTI HUMAN CD205 Azide Free

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Gene target: cd205

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Symbol : cd205 NIH gene
chromosome : 13
description : CD205 protein
type of gene : protein-coding
Modification date : 2016-05-26

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Identification of pro-inflammatory CD205(+) macrophages in livers of hepatitis B virus transgenic mice and patients with chronic hepatitis B.

Hepatic macrophages play a central role in disease pathogenesis during hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. Our previous study found that CD205(+) macrophages in the liver of hepatitis B surface antigen transgenic (HBs-Tg) mice increased significantly compared with those in wild-type mice, and these increased CD205(+) macrophages were involved in CpG-oligodeoxynucleotide-induced liver injury in HBs-Tg mice. Here, we analysed the phenotype and function of CD205(+) macrophages derived from the liver of HBs-Tg mice and patients with chronic hepatitis B (CHB). We found that HBs-Tg mice-derived hepatic macrophages produced larger amounts of pro-inflammatory cytokines, including IL-6, IL-12, TNF-α, and of the anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-10 after stimulation with CpG-oligodeoxynucleotides or commensal bacteria DNA than B6 mice-derived hepatic macrophages. Furthermore, hepatic CD205(+) macrophages from HBs-Tg mice showed an activated phenotype and expressed higher levels of inflammatory cytokine genes, chemokine genes, and phagocytosis-related genes than hepatic CD205(-) macrophages. In addition, CD205(+) macrophages displayed an inflammatory phenotype and were increased in the liver of patients with CHB compared with those in healthy controls. Our data suggest that hepatic CD205(+) macrophages are a unique pro-inflammatory subset observed during HBV infection. Thus, development of intervention targeting these cells is warranted for immunotherapy of HBV-induced liver diseases. - Source :PubMed

Keratin mediates the recognition of apoptotic and necrotic cells through dendritic cell receptor DEC205/CD205.

Clearance of dead cells is critical for maintaining homeostasis and prevents autoimmunity and inflammation. When cells undergo apoptosis and necrosis, specific markers are exposed and recognized by the receptors on phagocytes. DEC205 (CD205) is an endocytotic receptor on dendritic cells with antigen presentation function and has been widely used in immune therapies for vaccine generation. It has been shown that human DEC205 recognizes apoptotic and necrotic cells in a pH-dependent fashion. However, the natural ligand(s) of DEC205 remains unknown. Here we find that keratins are the cellular ligands of human DEC205. DEC205 binds to keratins specifically at acidic, but not basic, pH through its N-terminal domains. Keratins form intermediate filaments and are important for maintaining the strength of cells and tissues. Our results suggest that keratins also function as cell markers of apoptotic and necrotic cells and mediate a pH-dependent pathway for the immune recognition of dead cells. - Source :PubMed

Analysis of DC Functions Using CD205-DTR Knock-In Mice.

Dendritic cells (DCs) are essential antigen-presenting cells (APCs) that consist of heterogeneous subsets, mainly classified as conventional DCs (cDCs) and plasmacytoid DCs (pDCs). CD205, an endocytic type I C-type lectin-like molecule that belongs to the mannose receptor family, is mainly expressed on CD8α(+) cDCs. However, it is unclear how CD205(+) cDCs control immune responses in vivo. To evaluate the contribution of CD205(+) cDCs to the immune system, we engineered knock-in (KI) mice that express the diphtheria toxin receptor (DTR) under the control of the Cd205 gene, which allows the selective conditional ablation of CD205(+) cDCs in vivo. Conditional ablation of CD205(+) cDCs impaired the antigen-specific priming of CD8(+) T cells to generate cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) mediated through cross presentation of soluble antigen. Upon microbial infection, CD205(+) cDCs contributed to the cross priming of CD8(+) T cells for generating antibacterial CTLs to efficiently eliminate pathogens. Here, we provide a protocol for the generation of bone marrow WT/CD205-DT chimeric mice, depletion of CD205(+) DCs and assessment of depletion efficiency, and protocols for in vivo cross presentation assay, CTL generation assay, and antibacterial immunity assay. - Source :PubMed

CD205-TLR9-IL-12 axis contributes to CpG-induced oversensitive liver injury in HBsAg transgenic mice by promoting the interaction of NKT cells with Kupffer cells.

Gut-derived bacterial products contribute to liver inflammation and injury during chronic hepatitis B virus infection; however, the underlying mechanisms remain obscure. In this study, hepatitis B surface antigen transgenic (HBs-Tg) mice and their wild-type (WT) control C57BL/6 mice were injected with CpG-oligodeoxynucleotides (ODNs) to mimic the translocation of gut microbial products into the systemic circulation. We found that, compared with the WT mice, the HBs-Tg mice were oversensitive to CpG-ODN-induced liver injury, which was dependent on natural killer T (NKT) cells. CpG-ODN injection enhanced the expression of Fas ligand (FasL) on NKT cells. In addition, hepatocytes from the HBs-Tg mice expressed higher levels of Fas than did those from the WT mice, which was further augmented by CpG-ODN. Interaction of Fas and FasL was involved in the cytotoxicity of NKT cells against hepatocytes in the HBs-Tg mice. Moreover, Kupffer cells in the HBs-Tg mice expressed higher levels of CD205 and produced greater amounts of interleukin (IL)-12 than did those in the WT mice. Finally, the depletion of Kupffer cells, neutralization of IL-12 or specific silencing of CD205 on Kupffer cells significantly inhibited CpG-ODN-induced liver injury and NKT activation in the HBs-Tg mice. Our data suggest that CD205-expressing Kupffer cells respond to CpG-ODNs and subsequently release IL-12 to promote NKT cell activation. Activated NKT cells induce liver damage through the Fas signaling pathway in HBs-Tg mice.Cellular & Molecular Immunology advance online publication, 4 April 2016; doi:10.1038/cmi.2015.111. - Source :PubMed

The mannose receptor LY75 (DEC205/CD205) modulates cellular phenotype and metastatic potential of ovarian cancer cells.

The molecular basis of epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) dissemination is still poorly understood. Previously, we identified the mannose receptor LY75 gene as hypomethylated in high-grade (HG) serous EOC tumors, compared to normal ovarian tissues. LY75 represents endocytic receptor expressed on dendritic cells and so far, has been primarily studied for its role in antigen processing and presentation. Here we demonstrate that LY75 is overexpressed in advanced EOC and that LY75 suppression induces mesenchymal-to-epithelial transition (MET) in EOC cell lines with mesenchymal morphology (SKOV3 and TOV112), accompanied by reduction of their migratory and invasive capacity in vitro and enhanced tumor cell colonization and metastatic growth in vivo. LY75 knockdown in SKOV3 cells also resulted in predominant upregulation of functional pathways implicated in cell proliferation and metabolism, while pathways associated with cell signaling and adhesion, complement activation and immune response were mostly suppressed. Moreover, LY75 suppression had an opposite effect on EOC cell lines with epithelial phenotype (A2780s and OV2008), by directing epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) associated with reduced capacity for in vivo EOC cell colonization, as similar/identical signaling pathways were reversely regulated, when compared to mesenchymal LY75 knockdown EOC cells.To our knowledge, this is the first report of a gene displaying such pleiotropic effects in sustaining the cellular phenotype of EOC cells and points to novel functions of this receptor in modulating EOC dissemination. Our data also support previous findings regarding the superior capacity of epithelial cancer cells in metastatic colonization of distant sites, compared to cancer cells with mesenchymal-like morphology. - Source :PubMed

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