β2-adrenergic stimulation of dendritic cells favors IL-10 secretion by CD4+ T cells

β2-adrenergic stimulation of dendritic cells favors IL-10 secretion by CD4+ T cells Adrenergic receptor agonists and antagonists are extensively used as drugs in medicine for a broad spectrum of indications. We examined the consequences of β2-adrenergic stimulation of murine dendritic cells (DCs) on CD4+ T cell activation. We demonstrated in vitro that treatment of LPS-matured DCs with the β2-agonist salbutamol reduced their ability to trigger OT-II T cell proliferation specific for ovalbumin antigen. Salbutamol also induced a decrease in MHC class II molecule expression by DC through Gi protein activation. Co-culture of CD4+ T cells with salbutamol-conditioned mature DC impaired TNFα and IL-6 secretion while preserving IL-10 production by T cells. Using a vaccination protocol in mice, we showed that salbutamol favored IL-10-producing CD4+ T cells. None of these effects was observed when working with β2-adrenoreceptor deficient mice. Finally, we suggest that β2-adrenergic stimulation of DC could be an interesting way to shape CD4+ T cell responses for the purposes of immunotherapy. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Immunologic Research Springer Journals

β2-adrenergic stimulation of dendritic cells favors IL-10 secretion by CD4+ T cells

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Allergology; Immunology; Medicine/Public Health, general; Internal Medicine
ISSN
0257-277X
eISSN
1559-0755
D.O.I.
10.1007/s12026-017-8966-3
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Abstract

Adrenergic receptor agonists and antagonists are extensively used as drugs in medicine for a broad spectrum of indications. We examined the consequences of β2-adrenergic stimulation of murine dendritic cells (DCs) on CD4+ T cell activation. We demonstrated in vitro that treatment of LPS-matured DCs with the β2-agonist salbutamol reduced their ability to trigger OT-II T cell proliferation specific for ovalbumin antigen. Salbutamol also induced a decrease in MHC class II molecule expression by DC through Gi protein activation. Co-culture of CD4+ T cells with salbutamol-conditioned mature DC impaired TNFα and IL-6 secretion while preserving IL-10 production by T cells. Using a vaccination protocol in mice, we showed that salbutamol favored IL-10-producing CD4+ T cells. None of these effects was observed when working with β2-adrenoreceptor deficient mice. Finally, we suggest that β2-adrenergic stimulation of DC could be an interesting way to shape CD4+ T cell responses for the purposes of immunotherapy.

Journal

Immunologic ResearchSpringer Journals

Published: Nov 14, 2017

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