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Regulation Of Leukocyte Function By Citric Acid Cycle Intermediates

Naeem K. Patil, J. Bohannon, Antonio Hernandez, Tazeen K. Patil, E. Sherwood
Published 2019 · Medicine, Biology

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Cellular metabolism is a means of generating ATP to provide energy for key cellular functions. However, recent research shows that citric acid cycle intermediates target vital cellular functions of the innate immune system. Succinate, itaconate, citrate, and fumarate have been shown to mediate or regulate important myeloid cell functions during infection and inflammation. This review covers the regulatory functions of citric acid cycle intermediates in myeloid cells and discusses potential translational applications, key mechanistic questions, and future research directions.
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