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ADAMDEC1 promotes skin inflammation in rosacea via modulating the polarization of M1 macrophages.

Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2019 Oct 15;:

Authors: Liu T, Deng Z, Xie H, Chen M, Xu S, Peng Q, Sha K, Xiao W, Zhao Z, Li J

Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory cutaneous disease which mainly affects central face, leading to cosmetic disfigurement and compromised social psychology in billions of rosacea patients. Though the exact etiology of rosacea remains elusive, accumulating evidence has highlighted the dysfunction of innate immunity and inflammation in rosacea pathogenesis. Disintegrin Metalloprotease ADAM-like Decysin-1 (ADAMDEC1) is an orphan ADAM-like metalloprotease which is believed to be closely related to inflammation. Here for the first time, we reported that Adamdec1 expression was significantly increased in the skin lesions of rosacea patients and LL37-induced rosacea-like mouse models. Immunofluorescence analysis revealed co-localization of ADAMDEC1 and macrophages in patient and mouse biopsies. In cellular experiment, the expression of ADAMDEC1 was prominently elevated in M1 but not M2 macrophages. Knocking down of ADAMDEC1 significantly blunted M1 polarization in macrophages induced from human monocytes and THP-1 cell lines. Furthermore, silencing of Adamdec1 in LL-37-induced mouse model also suppressed the expression of M1 signature genes such as IL-6, iNOS and TNF-α, resulting in attenuated rosacea-like phenotype and inflammation. Taken together, our results demonstrate that ADAMDEC1 plays a pro-inflammatory role in rosacea via modulating the M1 polarization of macrophages.

PMID: 31627897 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]

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