The Family of LPS Signal Transducers Increases: the Arrival of Chanzymes

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Abstract

After LPS recognition, the MyD88-dependent and the TRIF-dependent pathways are consecutively activated in macrophages. Schappe et al. (2018) show that the chanzyme TRPM7 is required for an efficient LPS receptor complex endosomal relocation and the activation of the TRIF pathway.

After LPS recognition, the MyD88-dependent and the TRIF-dependent pathways are consecutively activated in macrophages. Schappe et al. (2018) show that the chanzyme TRPM7 is required for an efficient LPS receptor complex endosomal relocation and the activation of the TRIF pathway.

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