Toll-like receptor

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Toll-like receptors (TLRs) are a class of proteins that play a key role in the innate immune system. They are type I transmembrane glycoproteins, and are expressed on several immune cell types including dendritic cells, macrophages, B cells, and natural killer cells.[1]

Types of Toll-like receptors[edit | edit source]

Ten types of toll-like receptors have been identified in humans.

Types of Toll-like receptors
Type Anatomy Cell types Location Triggers Knock out mice (genetically engineered to be missing this receptor completely) Human mutations Agonists (increases activity) Antagonists (decreases activity) Diseases associated with increased activity Diseases associated with decreased activity
TLR1 small and large intestine macrophages, neutrophils cytoplasmic membrane gram-positive bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi[2][3][4][5] deficiency associated with heightened Th1 inflammatory responses and antibiotic-refractory Lyme arthritis[6]
TLR2 lungs, kidneys, skin, gastrointestinal tract microglia, Schwann cells, monocytes, macrophages, dendritic cells, polymorphonuclear leukocytes, B cells, T cells cytoplasmic membrane Herpes simplex virus[7], varicella zoster virus[8], heat shock proteins, cytomegalovirus[9],Epstein-Barr virus[10], Borrelia burgdorferi[2][3][4][5] Reduced susceptibility to inflammatory damage following HSV-1 infection[7] Nanocurcumin[11]
TLR3 placenta, pancreas dendritic leukocytes intracellular vesicles dsRNA molecules Increased susceptibility to Coxsackie B3 infection[12] Deficiency associated with HSV-1 encephalitis[13] Ampligen[14]
TLR4 Monocytes/macrophages, dendritic cell subset, mast cells, intestinal epithelium[15] cytoplasmic membrane lipopolysaccharides,heat shock protein,Coxsackie B3[16], Coxsackie B4 [17], HSV-2[18], malaria Reduced myocarditis and viral replication with Coxsackie B4 infection.[16] Ethanol[19], adjuvants in some vaccines[20] Amitriptyline,Naltrexone, Nanocurcumin[11] ME/CFS[21]
TLR5 cytoplasmic membrane
TLR6 cytoplasmic membrane
TLR7 lung, placenta, and spleen intracellular vesicles ssRNA and other small molecules, Epstein Barr virus[22] Imiquimod Plaquenil Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)
TLR8 intracellular vesicles ssRNA and other small molecules
TLR9 intracellular vesicles HSV-2[18], varicella zoster virus[8], Epstein Barr virus [22][23] Plaquenil
TLR10 intracellular vesicles

Infection[edit | edit source]

Coxsackie B4 triggers TLR4 on human pancreatic cells[17], TLR4 knock-out mice infected with Coxsackie B3 showed reduced myocarditis and viral replication.[16]

Genetics[edit | edit source]

TLR polymorphisms occur even within a species, and can significantly affect an individual’s susceptibility to infection and disease caused by a particular microbe.[24]

Pharmacology[edit | edit source]

Drugs known to block TLRs include Hydroxychloroquine.

Several drugs that target TLRs are being studied for the treatment of cancer and inflammatory diseases.[25]

Learn more[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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