Complete structure and expression in transfected cells of high affinity IgE receptor View Full Text


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DATE

1989-01

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U. Blank, C. Ra, L. Miller, K. White, H. Metzger, J.-P. Kinet

ABSTRACT

The high-affinity receptor for immunoglobulin E, Fcɛ RI, is found exclusively on mast cells and basophils. When multivalent aller-gens bind to the receptor-bound IgE, the consequent aggregation of the receptors leads to the release of mediators responsible for allergic symptoms. In rodents Fcɛ RI is a tetrameric complex of non-covalently attached subunits: one IgE-binding α subunit, one β subunit and a dimer of disulphide-linked γ subunits1. Com-plementary DNA encoding the α and the β subunits has recently been isolated2–5, but expression of IgE-binding by transfected cells has not yet been achieved2–5. Here we report the cloning of cDNA for the γ subunit, and propose a model for the αβγ2 tetramer which accounts for many of the structural features of the receptor. The rodent receptor on the surface of COS 7 cells was expressed only when the cDNAs for all three subunits were cotransfected. Successful expression of human IgE receptors should now be possible, eventually to permit the detailed analysis of the human IgE-receptor interaction and assist the search for therapeutically effective inhibitors. More... »

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187-189

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Nature

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6203

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337

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