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A non-redundant role for MKP5 in limiting ROS production and preventing LPS-induced vascular injury
Qian F.2; Deng J.2; Cheng N.2; Welch E.J.2; Zhang Y.3; Malik A.B.2; Flavell R.A.1; Dong C.3; Ye R.D.2
2009-08-21
Source PublicationEMBO Journal
ISSN02614189 14602075
Volume28Issue:19Pages:2896-2907
AbstractThere are at least 11 mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) phosphatases (MKPs) and only 3 major groups of MAPKs, raising the question of whether these phosphatases have non-redundant functions in vivo. Using a modified mouse model of local Shwartzman reaction, we found that deletion of the MKP5 gene, but not the MKP1 gene, led to robust and accelerated vascular inflammatory responses to a single dose of LPS injection. Depletion of neutrophils significantly reduced the vascular injury in Mkp5 / mice, whereas adoptive transfer of Mkp5 / neutrophils replicated the LPS-induced skin lesions in wild-type recipients. Neutrophils isolated from Mkp5 / mice exhibited augmented p38 MAPK activation and increased superoxide generation on activation. The p38 MAPK inhibitor, SB203580, significantly reduced p47 phox phosphorylation and diminished superoxide production in neutrophils. p38 MAPK phosphorylated mouse p47 phox, and deletion of the p47 phox gene ablated the LPS-induced vascular injury in Mkp5 / mice. Collectively, these results show an earlier unrecognized and non-redundant function of MKP5 in restraining p38 MAPK-mediated neutrophil oxidant production, thereby preventing LPS-induced vascular injury. © 2009 European Molecular Biology Organization | All Rights Reserved.
KeywordLPS MAPK MKP5 NADPH oxidase Neutrophils
DOI10.1038/emboj.2009.234
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Yale University School of Medicine
2.University of Illinois at Chicago
3.University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Qian F.,Deng J.,Cheng N.,et al. A non-redundant role for MKP5 in limiting ROS production and preventing LPS-induced vascular injury[J]. EMBO Journal,2009,28(19):2896-2907.
APA Qian F..,Deng J..,Cheng N..,Welch E.J..,Zhang Y..,...&Ye R.D..(2009).A non-redundant role for MKP5 in limiting ROS production and preventing LPS-induced vascular injury.EMBO Journal,28(19),2896-2907.
MLA Qian F.,et al."A non-redundant role for MKP5 in limiting ROS production and preventing LPS-induced vascular injury".EMBO Journal 28.19(2009):2896-2907.
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