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Hard work, Do not forget your initiative mind-—Abbkine Breaks 1400 citations

Since Abbkine document collection began, as of December 31, 2019, the number of English articles published by google using Abbkine products has exceeded 1400, with an impact factor exceeding 5400 points.

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Figure 1: Number of English Articles Published Using Abbkine Products from 2017 to 2019

In December 2019, Abbkine added 200+ citations. Some high-score citations are as below.

1.LECT2, a Ligand for Tie1, Plays a Crucial Role in Liver Fibrogenesis.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2019.07.021

Magazine: Cell

Impact: 24.38

Abstract: Liver fibrosis is a very common condition seen in millions of patients with various liver diseases, and yet no effective treatments are available owing to poorly characterized molecular pathogenesis. Here, we show that leukocyte cell-derived chemotaxin 2 (LECT2) is a functional ligand of Tie1, a poorly characterized endothelial cell (EC)-specific orphan receptor. Upon binding to Tie1, LECT2 interrupts Tie1/Tie2 heterodimerization, facilitates Tie2/Tie2 homodimerization, activates PPAR signaling, and inhibits the migration and tube formations of EC. In vivo studies showed that LECT2 overexpression inhibits portal angiogenesis, promotes sinusoid capillarization, and worsens fibrosis, whereas these changes were reversed in Lect2-KO mice. Adeno-associated viral vector serotype 9 (AAV9)-LECT2 small hairpin RNA (shRNA) treatment significantly attenuates fibrosis. Upregulation of LECT2 is associated with advanced human liver fibrosis staging. We concluded that targeting LECT2/Tie1 signaling may represent a potential therapeutic target for liver fibrosis, and serum LECT2 level may be a potential biomarker for the screening and diagnosis of liver fibrosis.

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2. EMS1 and BRI1 control separate biological processes via extracellular domain diversity and intracellular domain conservation.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-12112-w

Magazine: Nature Communications volume

Impact: 12.19

Abstract: In flowering plants, EMS1 (Excess Microsporocytes 1) perceives TPD1 (Tapetum Determinant 1) to specify tapeta, the last somatic cell layer nurturing pollen development. However, the signaling components downstream of EMS1 are relatively unknown. Here, we use a molecular complementation approach to investigate the downstream components in EMS1 signaling. We show that the EMS1 intracellular domain is functionally interchangeable with that of the brassinosteroid receptor BRI1 (Brassinosteroid Insensitive 1). Furthermore, expressing EMS1 together with TPD1 in the BRI1 expression domain could partially rescue bri1 phenotypes, and led to the dephosphorylation of BES1, a hallmark of active BRI1 signaling. Conversely, expressing BRI1 in the EMS1 expression domain could partially rescue ems1 phenotypes. We further show that PpEMS1 and PpTPD1 from the early land plant Physcomitrella patens could completely rescue ems1 and tpd1 phenotypes, respectively. We propose that EMS1 and BRI1 have evolved distinct extracellular domains to control different biological processes but can act via a common intracellular signaling pathway.

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3. PLK4 deubiquitination by Spata2‐CYLD suppresses NEK7‐mediated NLRP3 inflammasome activation at the centrosome.

https://www.embopress.org/doi/abs/10.15252/embj.2019102201

Magazine: EMBO JOURNAL

Impact: 10.55

Abstract: The innate immune sensor NLRP3 assembles an inflammasome complex with NEK7 and ASC to activate caspase‐1 and drive the maturation of proinflammatory cytokines IL‐1β and IL‐18. NLRP3 inflammasome activity must be tightly controlled, as its over‐activation is involved in the pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases. Here, we show that NLRP3 inflammasome activation is suppressed by a centrosomal protein Spata2. Spata2 deficiency enhances NLRP3 inflammasome activity both in the macrophages and in an animal model of peritonitis. Mechanistically, Spata2 recruits the deubiquitinase CYLD to the centrosome for deubiquitination of polo‐like kinase 4 (PLK4), the master regulator of centrosome duplication. Deubiquitination of PLK4 facilitates its binding to and phosphorylation of NEK7 at Ser204. NEK7 phosphorylation in turn attenuates NEK7 and NLRP3 interaction, which is required for NLRP3 inflammasome activation. Pharmacological or shRNA‐mediated inhibition of PLK4, or mutation of the NEK7 Ser204 phosphorylation site, augments NEK7 interaction with NLRP3 and causes increased NLRP3 inflammasome activation. Our study unravels a novel centrosomal regulatory pathway of inflammasome activation and may provide new therapeutic targets for the treatment of NLRP3‐associated inflammatory diseases.

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4. Cross-Microbial Protection via Priming a Conserved Immune Co-Receptor through Juxtamembrane Phosphorylation in Plants

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chom.2019.10.010

Magazine: Cell Host & Microbe

Impact: 10.5

Abstract: Living organisms can be primed for potentiated responses to recurring stresses based on prior experience. However, the molecular basis of immune priming remains elusive in plants that lack adaptive immunity. Here, we report that bacterial challenges can prepare plants for fungal attacks by inducing juxtamembrane phosphorylation of CERK1, the co-receptor indispensable for signaling in response to the fungal elicitor chitin. This phosphorylation is mediated by BAK1, a co-receptor for signaling in response to multiple elicitors. BAK1 interacts with CERK1, and loss of BAK1 reduces priming phosphorylation of CERK1. Juxtamembrane phosphomimetic mutations of CERK1 confer accelerated chitin responses and fortified fungal resistance without triggering constitutive immunity, whereas juxtamembrane phosphodeficient mutations diminish bacteria-induced protection against fungal infection. These findings reveal that crosstalk between cell-surface immune co-receptors can prime defense and demonstrate that juxtamembrane phosphorylation of plant receptor-like kinases can occur independent of kinase activation to place the protein into a prime state.

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5. Extracellular vesicles of carcinoma-associated fibroblasts creates a pre-metastatic niche in the lung through activating fibroblasts

https://molecular-cancer.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12943-019-1101-4

Magazine: Molecular Cancer

Impact: 9.17

Abstract: Carcinoma-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) have been known to promote cancer progression by modifying the primary tumor microenvironment. We aimed to elucidate the intercellular communication between CAFs and secondary organs in salivary adenoid cystic carcinoma (SACC) metastasis.

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