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Type: Artigo
Title: Deciphering targets of Th17 cells fate : from metabolism to nuclear receptors
Author: Boldrini, Vinicius de Oliveira
Farias, Alessandro dos Santos
Degasperi, Giovanna Rosa
Abstract: Evidence indicates that reprogramming of metabolism is critically important for the differentiation of CD4 + T lymphocytes, and the manipulation of metabolic pathways in these cells may shape their fate and function. Distinct subgroups from T lymphocytes, such as Th17, adopt specific metabolic programmes to support their needs. Some important metabolic reactions, such as glycolysis, oxidative phosphorylation, are considered important for the differentiation of these lymphocytes. Since their discovery nearly a decade ago, Th17 lymphocytes have received significant attention because of their role in the pathology of several immune-mediated inflammatory diseases such as multiple sclerosis. In this review, it will be discussed as the involvement of T cell metabolism and as metabolic reprogramming in activated T cells dictates fate decisions to Th17. The involvement of nuclear receptors such as RORyt e PPARs in the induction of Th17 cells was also discussed. Understanding the metabolic pathways involved in the differentiation of the distinct subgroups of T lymphocytes helps in the design of promising therapeutic proposals
Subject: Mitocôndria
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Wiley
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/sji.12793
Date Issue: 2019
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