Rasgrp1 mutation increases naïve T-cell CD44 expression and drives mTOR-dependent accumulation of Helios+ T cells and autoantibodies
Daley, Stephen R; Coakley, Kristen M; Hu, Daniel Y; Randall, Katrina L; Jenne, Craig N; Limnander, Andre; Myers, Darienne R; Polakos, Noelle K; Enders, Anselm; Roots, Carla; Balakishnan, Bhavani; Miosge, Lisa A; Sjollema, Geoff; Bertram, Edward M; Field, Matthew A; Shao, Yunli; Andrews, T Daniel; Whittle, Belinda; Barnes, S Whitney; Walker, John R; Cyster, Jason G; Goodnow, Christopher C; Roose, Jeroen P
Missense variants are a major source of human genetic variation. Here we analyze a new mouse missense variant, Rasgrp1Anaef, with an ENU-mutated EF hand in the Rasgrp1 Ras guanine nucleotide exchange factor. Rasgrp1Anaef mice exhibit anti-nuclear autoantibodies and gradually accumulate a CD44hi Helios+ PD-1+ CD4+ T cell population that is dependent on B cells. Despite reduced Rasgrp1-Ras-ERK activation in vitro, thymocyte selection in Rasgrp1Anaef is mostly normal in vivo, although CD44 is...[Show more]
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