Immunoregulatory role of B7-H1 in chronicity of inflammatory responses.

Haidong M Dong, Xianming Chen

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Abstract

Pathogenesis of most chronic human diseases, including chronic infections, autoimmune diseases and cancers, often involves a persistent, unresolved inflammatory response. The molecular mechanisms that determine the conversion of an acute inflammatory response into a chronic process had puzzled researchers for many years. Recent studies reveal that B7-H1 (CD274, PD-L1), a newly identified co-stimulatory molecule, possesses dual functions of co-stimulation of naive T cells and inhibition of activated effector T cells. The aberrant cellular expression and deregulated function of B7-H1 have been reported during chronic viral and intracellular bacterial infection, as well as in many autoimmune diseases and cancers. Importantly, the deregulation of B7-H1's dual functions appears to be associated with a prolonged and incomplete immune response by luring naive T cells for activation and dampening activated effector T cells. Moreover, development of strategies targeting B7-H1 signals provides a new and promising approach to manipulate the devastating diseases associated with chronic inflammation. Thus, B7-H1 may play a critical immunoregulatory role in the chronicity of inflammatory responses.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)179-187
Number of pages9
JournalCellular & molecular immunology
Volume3
Issue number3
StatePublished - Jun 2006

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Immunoregulatory role of B7-H1 in chronicity of inflammatory responses. / Dong, Haidong M; Chen, Xianming.

In: Cellular & molecular immunology, Vol. 3, No. 3, 06.2006, p. 179-187.

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