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Immunomodulatory function of the cystic fibrosis modifier gene BPIFA1.

囊性纤维化修饰基因bpifa1 的免疫调节功能。

  • 影响因子:3.02
  • DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0227067
  • 作者列表:"Saferali A","Tang AC","Strug LJ","Quon BS","Zlosnik J","Sandford AJ","Turvey SE
  • 发表时间:2020-01-13
Abstract

BACKGROUND:Cystic fibrosis (CF) is characterized by a progressive decline in lung function due to airway obstruction, infection, and inflammation. CF patients are particularly susceptible to respiratory infection by a variety of pathogens, and the inflammatory response in CF is dysregulated and prolonged. BPI fold containing family A, member 1 (BPIFA1) and BPIFB1 are proteins expressed in the upper airways that may have innate immune activity. We previously identified polymorphisms in the BPIFA1/BPIFB1 region associated with CF lung disease severity. METHODS:We evaluated whether the BPIFA1/BPIFB1 associations with lung disease severity replicated in individuals with CF participating in the International CF Gene Modifier Consortium (n = 6,365). Furthermore, we investigated mechanisms by which the BPIFA1 and BPIFB1 proteins may modify lung disease in CF. RESULTS:The association of the G allele of rs1078761 with reduced lung function was replicated in an independent cohort of CF patients (p = 0.001, n = 2,921) and in a meta-analysis of the full consortium (p = 2.39x10-5, n = 6,365). Furthermore, we found that rs1078761G which is associated with reduced lung function was also associated with reduced BPIFA1, but not BPIFB1, protein levels in saliva from CF patients. Functional assays indicated that BPIFA1 and BPIFB1 do not have an anti-bacterial role against P. aeruginosa but may have an immunomodulatory function in CF airway epithelial cells. Gene expression profiling using RNAseq identified Rho GTPase signaling pathways to be altered in CF airway epithelial cells in response to treatment with recombinant BPIFA1 and BPIFB1 proteins. CONCLUSIONS:BPIFA1 and BPIFB1 have immunomodulatory activity and genetic variation associated with low levels of these proteins may increase CF lung disease severity.

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背景: 囊性纤维化 (CF) 以气道阻塞、感染和炎症导致的肺功能进行性下降为特征。CF患者特别容易受到各种病原体的呼吸道感染,并且CF中的炎症反应失调和延长。含有家族A、成员 1 (BPIFA1) 和BPIFB1 的BPI折叠是在上气道中表达的可能具有先天免疫活性的蛋白质。我们之前发现了与CF肺病严重程度相关的BPIFA1/BPIFB1 区域多态性。 方法: 我们评估了参与国际CF基因修饰者联盟 (n = 6,365) 的CF个体中是否复制了BPIFA1/BPIFB1 与肺部疾病严重程度的相关性。此外,我们研究了BPIFA1 和BPIFB1 蛋白可能改变CF中肺病的机制。 结果: 在一个独立的CF患者队列中,rs1078761 的G等位基因与肺功能降低的相关性得到了重复 (p = 0.001,n = 2,921)。并在全联盟的荟萃分析中 (p = 2。39x10-5,n = 6,365)。此外,我们发现与肺功能降低相关的rs1078761G也与CF患者唾液中BPIFA1 蛋白水平降低有关,但与BPIFB1 蛋白水平无关。功能测定表明,BPIFA1 和BPIFB1 不具有抗铜绿假单胞菌的抗菌作用,但可能在CF气道上皮细胞中具有免疫调节功能。使用RNAseq的基因表达谱鉴定了在CF气道上皮细胞中响应重组BPIFA1 和BPIFB1 蛋白治疗而改变的Rho gtp酶信号通路。 结论: BPIFA1 和BPIFB1 具有免疫调节活性,与低水平的这些蛋白相关的遗传变异可能增加CF肺病的严重程度。

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