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β-(1,3)-Glucan derived from Candida albicans induces inflammatory cytokines from macrophages and lamina propria mononuclear cells derived from patients with Crohn's disease

Mori K, Naganuma M, Mizuno S, Suzuki H, Kitazume M, Shimamura , Chiba S, Sugita A, Matsuoka K, Hisamatsu , Kanai T

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Recent research has highlighted the importance of interactions between commensal fungi and intestinal inflammation. However, there are few studies investigating whether commensal fungi contribute to inflammation in patients with...
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Heat-Killed Saccharomyces cerevisiae, A Dectin-1 Agonist, Selectively Induces IgG4 Production by Human B Cells

Park HY, Yoon HK, Kim JY, Park SR

Dectin-1 is a major receptor that recognizes fungal cell wall β-glucan. We previously reported that heat-killed Saccharomyces cerevisiae (HKSC), a Dectin-1 agonist, selectively induces IgG1 class switching in mouse B...
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Co-stimulation of TLR4 and Dectin-1 Induces the Production of Inflammatory Cytokines but not TGF-beta for Th17 Cell Differentiation

Chang J, Kim BM, Chang CH

Collaboration of TLR and non-TLR pathways in innate immune cells, which acts in concert for the induction of inflammatory cytokines, can mount a specific adaptive immune response tailored to a...
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Dectin-1 Stimulation Selectively Reinforces LPS-driven IgG1 Production by Mouse B Cells

Seo BS, Lee SH, Lee JE, Yoo YC, Lee J, Park SR

Dectin-1, which specifically recognizes beta-glucan of fungal cell walls, is a non-Toll-like receptor (TLR) pattern recognition receptor and a representative of C-type lectin receptors (CLRs). The importance of Dectin-1 in...
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