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Our previous studies indicated that lymphotoxin β receptor (LTβR) activation controls and downregulates inflammatory reactions. In this study, we report that LTβR activation on primary mouse macrophages results in induction of tripartite motif containing (TRIM) 30α, which negatively regulates NF-κB activation induced by TLR signaling. LTβR activation(More)
Our previous studies indicated that LTβR activation mainly by T cell derived LTα₁β₂ is crucial for the control and down-regulation of intestinal inflammation. In order to dissect the cellular and molecular role of LTβR activation in the experimental model of DSS-induced intestinal inflammation, we have generated cell type-specific LTβR-deficient mice with(More)
Direct genetic manipulation of hematopoietic cells is limited by the lack of an established hematopoietic stem cell line. It has been demonstrated that embryonic stem (ES) cell<-->tetraploid embryos are completely ES cell-derived and that fetal liver (FL) cells from these embryos support hematopoiesis in lethally irradiated recipients. In this report, we(More)
β-Defensins are known for their antimicrobial activity and belong to the molecular barrier of the innate immune system against invading pathogens. In addition, it has been shown that some members of the β-defensin superfamily have the capacity to promote local innate inflammatory and systemic adaptive immune responses, mediated in part by the interaction(More)
Our previous studies indicated that lymphotoxin b receptor (LTbR) activation controls and downregulates inflammatory reactions. In this study, we report that LTbR activation on primary mouse macrophages results in induction of tripartite motif containing (TRIM) 30a, which negatively regulates NF-kB activation induced by TLR signaling. LTbR activation(More)
Lymphotoxin beta-receptor (LTβR) is involved in the formation and maintenance of secondary lymphoid structures, as well as in the regulation of inflammatory responses. Because LTβR lymphoid structure formation continues to develop in infants, we compared two different chimera models: one using adult mice and the other using a transplantation model of(More)