Naive and memory human B cells have distinct requirements for STAT3 activation to differentiate into antibody-secreting plasma cells
Deenick, Elissa K; Avery, Danielle T; Chan, Anna; Berglund, Lucinda J; Ives, Megan L; Moens, Leen; Stoddard, Jennifer L; Bustamante, Jacinta; Boisson-Dupuis, Stephanie; Miyuki, Tsumura; Kobayashi, Masao; Arkwright, Peter D; Averbuch, Diana; Engelhard, Dan; Roesler, Joachim; Peake, Jane; Wong, Melanie; Adelstein, Stephen; Choo, Sharon; Smart, Joanne M; French, Martyn A; Fulcher, David A; Cook, Matthew C; Picard, Capucine; Durandy, Anne; Klein, Christoph; Holland, Steven M; Uzel, Gulbu; Casanova, Jean-Laurent; Ma, Cindy; Tangye, Stuart G
Long-lived antibody memory is mediated by the combined effects of long-lived plasma cells (PCs) and memory B cells generated in response to T cell–dependent antigens (Ags). IL-10 and IL-21 can activate multiple signaling pathways, including STAT1, STAT3, and STAT5; ERK; PI3K/Akt, and potently promote human B cell differentiation. We previously showed that loss-of-function mutations in STAT3, but not STAT1, abrogate IL-10– and IL-21–mediated differentiation of human naive B cells into...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Journal of Experimental Medicine 210.12 (2013): 2739-2753|
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