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J Interferon Cytokine Res. 1995 Mar;15(3):205-11.

Characterization of a domain of a human type I interferon receptor protein involved in ligand binding.

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Laboratory of Viral Oncology, CNRS, Villejuif, France.

Abstract

Two monoclonal antibodies that recognize different epitopes of the extracellular domain of one of the proteins that constitute the type I interferon receptor were used to delineate the interferon binding site. Antibody 64G12 both inhibits the binding of radiolabeled interferon-alpha 2 and IFN-alpha 8 to their cell surface receptors and neutralizes the antiviral and antiproliferative actions of all the type I interferons tested, including IFN-beta, IFN-omega, and human leukocyte IFN, a mixture of different interferon-alpha isotypes. Antibody 34F10 recognizes the type I interferon receptor with an affinity similar to that of the MAb 64G12 but does not inhibit either the binding or the biologic activity of any of the type I interferons tested. Both antibodies recognize a protein of 105 +/- 5 kD from either Daudi or Ly28 cells. Immunoprecipitation following surface iodination demonstrated that the neutralizing MAb recognizes a protein of 105 kD and the nonneutralizing MAb a protein of 110 kD in extracts of Daudi cells. A second less intense band was also detected by both antibodies. Cross-linking of IFN-alpha 2 to its receptor before immunoprecipitation prevented the neutralizing antibody from immunoprecipitating the receptor protein, but the nonneutralizing MAb was still able to recognize a 140 kD protein corresponding to the cross-linked interferon-receptor protein complex. Thus, an interferon binding domain appears to be localized in a region between amino acids 23 and 229 of the extracellular domain of a transmembrane protein that forms part of the type I interferon receptor complex containing the epitopes recognized by each antibody.

PMID:
7584665
DOI:
10.1089/jir.1995.15.205
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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