Proteomic analysis of cholera toxin adjuvant-stimulated human monocytes identifies Thrombospondin-1 and Integrin-β1 as strongly upregulated molecules involved in adjuvant activity release_6xpkb5df5bazld7koql3jjg3di

by Manuela Terrinoni, Jan Holmgren, Michael Lebens, maximilian larena

Published in Scientific Reports by Springer Nature.

2019   Volume 9, Issue 1, p2812

Abstract

Cholera Toxin (CT) as well as its related non-toxic mmCT and dmLT mutant proteins have been shown to be potent adjuvants for mucosally administered vaccines. Their adjuvant activity involves activation of cAMP/protein kinase A (PKA) signaling and inflammasome/IL-1β pathways in antigen presenting cells (APC). To get a further understanding of the signal transduction and downstream pathways activated in APCs by this group of adjuvants we have, employing quantitative proteomic analytic tools, investigated human monocytes at various time points after treatment with CT. We report the activation of three main biological pathways among upregulated proteins, peaking at 16 hours of CT treatment: cellular organization, metabolism, and immune response. Specifically, in the further analyzed immune response pathway we note a strong upregulation of thrombospondin 1 (THBS1) and integrin β1 (ITGB1) in response to CT as well as to mmCT and dmLT, mediated via cAMP/PKA and NFKB signaling. Importantly, inhibition in vitro of THSB1 and ITGB1 in monocytes or primary dendritic cells using siRNA abrogated the ability of the treated APCs to promote an adjuvant-stimulated Th17 cell response when co-cultured with peripheral blood lymphocytes indicating the involvement of these molecules in the adjuvant action on APCs by CT, mmCT and dmLT.
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