Acute and chronic tissue injury results in the generation of a myriad of environmental cues that macrophages respond to by changing their phenotype and function. This phenotypic regulation is critical for controlling tissue inflammation and resolution. Here, we have identified the adaptor protein disabled homolog 2 (DAB2) as a regulator of phenotypic switching in macrophages.
Samantha E. Adamson, Rachael Griffiths, Radim Moravec, Subramanian Senthivinayagam, Garren Montgomery, Wenshu Chen, Jenny Han, Poonam R. Sharma, Garrett R. Mullins, Stacey A. Gorski, Jonathan A. Cooper, Alexandra Kadl, Kyle Enfield, Thomas J. Braciale, Thurl E. Harris, Norbert Leitinger
Myeloid DAB2 regulates the inflammatory response to endotoxemia.