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Delayed Akt suppression in the lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury promotes resolution that is associated with enhanced effector regulatory T-cells.

脂多糖诱导的急性肺损伤中延迟 Akt 抑制可促进与增强效应调节性 T 细胞相关的分辨率。

  • 影响因子:3.82
  • DOI:10.1152/ajplung.00251.2019
  • 作者列表:"Artham S","Verma A","Alwhaibi A","Adil MS","Manicassamy S","Munn DH","Somanath PR
  • 发表时间:2020-02-19
Abstract

:The adaptive immune response could play a major role in the resolution of lung injury. Although regulatory T-cells (Tregs) have been implicated in promoting the resolution of lung injury, therapeutic strategies to enhance Treg quantity and activity at the site of injury needs further exploration. In the current study, Akt inhibition using triciribine (TCBN), given 48 hours after lipopolysaccharide (LPS) administration increased Tregs promoted resolution of acute lung injury (ALI). TCBN treatment enhanced the resolution of LPS-induced ALI on day 7 by reducing pulmonary edema and neutrophil activity associated with an increased number of CD4+/FoxP3+/CD103+ and CTLA4+ effector Tregs specifically in the injured lungs and not in the spleen. Treatment of EL-4 T-lymphocytes with two Akt inhibitors (TCBN and MK-2206) for 72 hours resulted in increased FoxP3 expression in vitro. On the other end, Treg-specific PTEN knockout (PTENTreg KO) mice that have a higher Akt activity in its Tregs exhibited a significant impairment in ALI resolution, increased edema and neutrophil activity associated with a reduced number of CD4+/FoxP3+/CD103+ and CTLA4+ effectorTregs as compared to the control group. In conclusion, our study identifies a potential target for the treatment of late-stage ALI by promoting resolution througheffectorTreg-mediated suppression of inflammation.

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适应性免疫反应可能在肺损伤的解决中发挥重要作用。尽管调节性 T 细胞 (regulatory T-cells,Tregs) 参与促进肺损伤的消退,但在损伤部位增强 Treg 数量和活性的治疗策略有待进一步探索。在目前的研究中,使用 triciribin (TCBN) 抑制 Akt,给予脂多糖 (LPS) 后 48 小时增加 Tregs 促进急性肺损伤 (ALI) 的消退。TCBN 治疗通过减少与 CD4 +/FoxP3 +/CD103 + 和 CTLA4 + 效应 Tregs 数量增加相关的肺水肿和中性粒细胞活性,增强了第 7 天 LPS 诱导的 ALI 的消退。在受伤的肺部而不是脾脏。用两种 Akt 抑制剂 (TCBN 和 EL-4) 处理 MK-2206 T 淋巴细胞 72 小时可导致 FoxP3 表达增加。另一方面,Treg 特异性 PTEN 基因敲除 (PTENTreg KO) 小鼠在其 Tregs 中具有更高的 Akt 活性,表现出对 ALI 消退的显著损伤, 与对照组相比,与 CD4 +/FoxP3 +/CD103 + 和 CTLA4 + effectorTregs 数量减少相关的水肿和中性粒细胞活性增加。总之,我们的研究通过 effectortreg 介导的炎症抑制促进消退,确定了治疗晚期 ALI 的潜在靶点。

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