Mast cells as a source of both preformed and immunologically inducible TNF-α/cachectin View Full Text


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DATE

1990-07-19

AUTHORS

John R. Gordon, Stephen J. Galli

ABSTRACT

TUMOUR necrosis factor-α (TNF-α)/cachectin is a multifunctional cytokine that has effects in inflammation, sepsis, lipid and protein metabolism, haematopoiesis, angiogenesis and host resistance to parasites and malignancy1–3. TNF-α was first described in activated macrophages1–3, but certain mouse or rat mast cell populations (reviewed in refs 4,5) and some in vitro-derived human cells with cytochemical features of mast cells-basophils6 may also contain products similar to TNF-α. Here we present evidence that resident mouse peritoneal mast cells constitutively contain large amounts of TNF-α bioactivity, whereas cultured, immature mast cells vary in their TNF-α content. IgE-dependent activation of cultured or peritoneal mast cells7 induces extracellular release of TNF-α and augments levels of TNF-α messenger RNA and bioactivity. These findings identify mouse mast cells as an important source of both preformed and immunologically inducible TNF-α, and suggest that release of TNF-α by mast cells may contribute to host defence, the pathophysiology of allergic diseases and other processes dependent on TNF-α. More... »

PAGES

274-276

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Nature

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6281

VOLUME

346

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