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It is plausible that these internalins might cooperate with eachother in order to facilitate entry into host cells, for example, InlAmediatedentry is enhanced in the presence of InlB and InlC. However, additionalstudies are required to understand the contributions of each internalinand how these proteins participate in the bacterial entry to establish thesuccessful infection of various cell types. In addition to the internalins, several other proteins such as Ami, Auto,and Vip are also implicated in the ability of L.
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Auto is another autolysinthat regulates the bacterial surface architecture required for adherence Cabanes et al. Vip is a cell wall anchored protein that is involvedin the invasion of various cell lines.
The endoplasmic reticulum residentchaperone gp96 has been identified as a cellular ligand for this protein Cabanes et al. Thus, these L. This escapefrom the phagolysosome is mediated by the expression of Listeriolysin O LLO , a pore forming hemolysin, which is the product of the hly gene andphospholipases PlcA and PlcB Fig. LLO is the first identified majorvirulence factor of L.
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Listeria monocytogenes as an Immunotherapeutic Agent 5LLO binds to the host cell membrane initially as a monomer but thenforms oligomers composed of up to 50 subunits, which are inserted intothe membrane to form pores of diameter ranging A Walz, The function of LLO is very crucial for the cellular invasion ofL.
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Implication of the immune response to L. Conclusions and Future Prospects 19References 20Abstract Listeria monocytogenes is a facultative intracellular gram-positive bacterium that naturally infects professional antigen presenting cells APC to target antigens to both class I and class II antigen processing pathways. This infection process results in the stimula- tion of strong innate and adaptive immune responses, which make it an ideal candidate for a vaccine vector to deliver heterologous antigens.
This ability of L. This review describes the preclinical studies that have elucidated the multiple immune responses elicited by this bacterium that direct its ability to influence tumor growth.
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