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IMMUNE-RESPONSIVE GENE 1 REGULATES ATHEROSCLEROTIC PLAQUE INFLAMMATION III


ABSTRACT: Atherosclerosis is the major underlying cause of cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality and is fueled by a failure to resolve inflammation within the vessel wall1. The mechanisms underpinning sustained inflammation within this microenvironment are not fully elucidated. A more comprehensive understanding of the immunoregulatory pathways modulating inflammation in this context holds the potential to inform the development of more specific therapies. Immune responsive gene 1 (Irg1) is an enzyme that diverts cis-aconitate from the TCA cycle and produces the metabolite itaconate, which elicits immunological tolerance in the context of microbial infection2–4. We hypothesized that the IRG1-itaconate axis restricts inflammation in the atherosclerotic plaque.

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus

PROVIDER: GSE253555 | GEO | 2024/03/19

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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