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    Characterization of full-length <t>anti-integrin-α11/β1</t> immunoglobulins . (a) Binding of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control <t>IgG</t> (x-axis) to C2C12 cells engineered to express the indicated integrins, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (b) Dose response curves for anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 or C2C12-α11/β1 cells, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Mean fluorescence intensity signals were normalized to the highest concentration value for each sample, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (c) Peptide counts for IP-MS analysis of CAF094-α11/β1 cell lysates immunoprecipitated with anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs or a negative control IgG. (d) Blocking of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 cells by indicated Fabs, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments.
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    Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an <t>Alexa</t> Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit <t>IgG</t> antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results
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    Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an <t>Alexa</t> Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit <t>IgG</t> antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results
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    Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an <t>Alexa</t> Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit <t>IgG</t> antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results
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    Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an <t>Alexa</t> Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit <t>IgG</t> antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results
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    Characterization of full-length anti-integrin-α11/β1 immunoglobulins . (a) Binding of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) to C2C12 cells engineered to express the indicated integrins, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (b) Dose response curves for anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 or C2C12-α11/β1 cells, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Mean fluorescence intensity signals were normalized to the highest concentration value for each sample, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (c) Peptide counts for IP-MS analysis of CAF094-α11/β1 cell lysates immunoprecipitated with anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs or a negative control IgG. (d) Blocking of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 cells by indicated Fabs, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments.

    Journal: mAbs

    Article Title: In situ antibody phage display yields optimal inhibitors of integrin α11/β1

    doi: 10.1080/19420862.2020.1717265

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Characterization of full-length anti-integrin-α11/β1 immunoglobulins . (a) Binding of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) to C2C12 cells engineered to express the indicated integrins, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (b) Dose response curves for anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 or C2C12-α11/β1 cells, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Mean fluorescence intensity signals were normalized to the highest concentration value for each sample, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments. (c) Peptide counts for IP-MS analysis of CAF094-α11/β1 cell lysates immunoprecipitated with anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs or a negative control IgG. (d) Blocking of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs (x-axis) binding to CAF094-α11/β1 cells by indicated Fabs, assessed by flow cytometry fluorescence (y-axis). Data are shown for single-point measurements, and error bars indicate SD of two independent experiments.

    Article Snippet: For validation of integrin-α11 expression on the transgenic cell lines, a rabbit polyclonal anti-integrin-α11 Ab (Abcam, ab107858) was used followed by detection using an anti-rabbit IgG secondary antibody, Alexa Fluor 488 (ThermoFisher, R37116).

    Techniques: Binding Assay, Negative Control, Flow Cytometry, Fluorescence, Concentration Assay, Immunoprecipitation, Blocking Assay

    Effects of immunoglobulins on integrin-α11/β1 function in cells . (a) Dose response curves for the effects of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) on adhesion of C2C12-α11/β1 cells to collagen-I (y-axis). Assays were performed in DPBS containing 10 mM CaCl 2 and 5 mM MgCl 2 (b) Dose response curves for the effects of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) on collagen-I gel contraction with C2C12-α11/β1cells. Assays were performed in serum-free DMEM. The means of at least three independent experiments are plotted and bars denote the standard deviation.

    Journal: mAbs

    Article Title: In situ antibody phage display yields optimal inhibitors of integrin α11/β1

    doi: 10.1080/19420862.2020.1717265

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Effects of immunoglobulins on integrin-α11/β1 function in cells . (a) Dose response curves for the effects of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) on adhesion of C2C12-α11/β1 cells to collagen-I (y-axis). Assays were performed in DPBS containing 10 mM CaCl 2 and 5 mM MgCl 2 (b) Dose response curves for the effects of anti-integrin-α11/β1 IgGs and a negative control IgG (x-axis) on collagen-I gel contraction with C2C12-α11/β1cells. Assays were performed in serum-free DMEM. The means of at least three independent experiments are plotted and bars denote the standard deviation.

    Article Snippet: For validation of integrin-α11 expression on the transgenic cell lines, a rabbit polyclonal anti-integrin-α11 Ab (Abcam, ab107858) was used followed by detection using an anti-rabbit IgG secondary antibody, Alexa Fluor 488 (ThermoFisher, R37116).

    Techniques: Negative Control, Standard Deviation

    Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an Alexa Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit IgG antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results

    Journal: Cell Death & Disease

    Article Title: Aryl hydrocarbon receptor activation restores filaggrin expression via OVOL1 in atopic dermatitis

    doi: 10.1038/cddis.2017.322

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was likely to be inhibited in AD skin, leading to the reduced FLG expression in AD skin. Normal skin ( a ) and AD skin ( d ) were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. The scale bar is 100 μ m. Expression of FLG and OVOL1 in the epidermis of the same skin lesion was analyzed by IHC staining for FLG (red) or OVOL1 (red). The expression of FLG was observed in normal skin ( b ) and was low in AD skin ( e ). The expression of OVOL1 was observed mainly in the nuclei of keratinocytes in normal skin ( c ); however, nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin ( f ). For semiquantitative analysis of IHC staining, microscopic visual fields of the samples from each group were randomly chosen and examined. In a high-power field (× 400 magnification), the nuclear-OVOL1-stained cells of the epidermis were counted, as were all the cells with hematoxylin staining. Nuclear OVOL1 expression was lower in AD skin (AD) compared with normal skin (NS) ( g ). NHEKs treated with DMSO ( h ), FICZ (100 nM) ( i ), IL-4 (10 ng/ml) ( j ), or FICZ plus IL-4 ( k) for 24 h were stained with an anti-OVOL1 antibody (primary antibody) and an Alexa Fluor 488-conjugated anti-rabbit IgG antibody (secondary). The nuclei were counterstained with DAPI (blue). Confocal laser scanning images revealed that OVOL1 expression was noticeable mainly in the cytoplasm in a steady state ( h ) and that the AHR activation by FICZ induced nuclear translocation of OVOL1 ( i ). In contrast, IL-4 did not induce nuclear translocation of OVOL1, and the latter was retained in the cytoplasm ( j ). IL-4-mediated blockade of the nuclear translocation of OVOL1 was overridden by treatment with FICZ ( k ). ( l ) Isotype negative control. The scale bar is 25 μ m. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results. ( m ) NHEKs were treated with FICZ (100 nM) in the absence or presence of IL-4 (10 ng/ml) for 18 h. Cellular nuclear protein was extracted using a biochemical subcellular fractionation technique. The OVOL1 levels in the nuclear protein fraction of NHEKs were evaluated by western blotting. The activation of AHR by FICZ increased the nuclear OVOL1 expression; in contrast, IL-4 did not change nuclear expression of OVOL1. The IL-4-mediated blockade of the OVOL1 nuclear translocation was partially reversed by treatment with FICZ. The data are representative of experiments repeated three times with similar results

    Article Snippet: The slides were washed with PBS before incubation for 1 h at room temperature with a secondary antibody: an anti-rabbit IgG or anti-mouse IgG antibody (conjugated with Alexa Fluor 488 or Alexa Fluor 546; Molecular Probes, Eugene, OR, USA).

    Techniques: Translocation Assay, Expressing, Staining, Immunohistochemistry, Activation Assay, Negative Control, Fractionation, Western Blot