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8th Molecular Immunology and Immunogenetics Congress
March 20-21, 2017 Rome, Italy

Dhemerson Souza de Lima, Eduardo Pinheiro Amaral, Mauricio Morishi Ogusku, Aya Sadahiro and Alessandra Pontillo
University of São Paulo, Brazil
National Institutes of Health, USA
National Institute of Amazonian Research, Brazil
Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Immunome Res
DOI: 10.4172/1745-7580.C1.012
Abstract
Statement of the Problem: Tuberculosis (TB) is still a major public health problem worldwide, and it is estimated that 1/3 of world population could be latently infected by Mycobacterium spp. Active TB represents a big challenge for treatment due to the natural resistance of bacteria to common antibiotics, and to the emergence of multidrug resistant strains. The development of active disease results from the host inability to effectively counteract the bacteria. In this context, both innate and acquired immunity have been taken in account as important factors for protection against TB. Nod like receptors (NLRs) and the cytoplasmic complex known as inflammasome are responsible for caspase-1 activation and the consequent production of active form of the pro-inflammatory cytokines IL-1ß and IL-18. Experimental models have showed that M. tuberculosis activates NLRP3-inflammasome and IL-1ß production. Aim of this project is to evaluate the contribution of inflammasome in human TB. Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: The distribution of 14 single polymorphisms (SNPs) in 9 selected inflammasome genes was evaluated in a case/control cohort of Amazon TB patients (allele-specific Taqman assays and qPCR). Inflammasome activation was then analyzed in human peripheral blood monocytes-derived macrophages (MDM) stimulated with M. tuberculosis (BCG or H37Rv) by the meaning of IL-1β and IL-18 production (ELISA), gene expression modulation (gene-specific Taqman assays and qPCR). Experiments were done in the presence of common NLRP3 inflammasome activators (ATP, LPS), or inhibitors (parthenolide). Conclusion & Significance: Polymorphisms in inflammasome genes contributes to control (NLRP3, CTSB) or development (P2X7) of active pulmonary TB. M. tuberculosis induced dramatic release of IL-1β and IL-18 from MDM, and the increase of NLRP3, IL1B and IL18 genes expression, suggesting that both indirect (through NF-kB) and direct (through caspase-1) activation of inflammasome are involved in the response. Preliminary data showed that this activation is significantly inhibited by parthenolide, confirming the involvement of inflammasome in response to M tuberculosis in human MDM. Associated SNPs positively correlated with IL-1ß and/ or IL-18 production in MDM. Further experiments are going on to fully elucidate the contribution of inflammasome in TB.
Biography

Dhêmerson Souza de Lima has expertise in evaluation molecular biology with the emphasis on immunology, working mainly on the following topics: tuberculosis, immunogenetics of pulmonary tuberculosis, and HLA class II and inflammasome genetics and the response immune to Mycobacterium spp. Recently he was reported that HLA-DRB1*04 gene and subtypes associated with pulmonary tuberculosis in Amazon Brazilian, and may be potential immunogenetic markers involved in disease. Besides, he found that NLRP3-inflammasome genetics seems to be protective against the development active pulmonary tuberculosis, however, P2X7 is associated with increased susceptibility. Currently is Ph.D. student in work with innate immune response and pathway to activation inflammasome.

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