Fonsecaea pedrosoi‐induced Th17‐cell differentiation in mice is fostered by Dectin‐2 and suppressed by Mincle recognition

@inproceedings{Wthrich2015FonsecaeaP,
  title={
Fonsecaea pedrosoi‐induced Th17‐cell differentiation in mice is fostered by Dectin‐2 and suppressed by Mincle recognition},
  author={Marcel W{\"u}thrich and Huafeng Wang and Mengyi Li and Tassanee Lerksuthirat and Sarah E. Hardison and Gordon D Brown and Bruce S Klein},
  booktitle={European journal of immunology},
  year={2015}
}
Chromoblastomycosis is a chronic skin infection caused by the pigmented saprophytic mould Fonsecaea pedrosoi. Chronicity of infection can be broken by a coordinated innate recognition of the spores by pattern recognition receptors. While Mincle signaling via the Syk/Card9 pathway is required for fungal recognition by host cells, it is not sufficient for host control. Exogenously applied TLR agonists are necessary to promote the induction of proinflammatory cytokines and clearance of infection… CONTINUE READING
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