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From: Decoy receptor 3: an endogenous immunomodulator in cancer growth and inflammatory reactions

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Mechanisms of DcR3.Fc-mediated immunomodulation. a DcR3 modulates the activation and differentiation of myeloid cells via HSPGs. DcR3.Fc triggers downstream signaling via syndecan-2 and CD44v3 on monocytes to influence monocyte differentiation into dendritic cells (DCs) and macrophages (Mϕ). DcR3-treated DC skews allogenic T cell differentiation into Th2 phenotype, while DcR3-treated Mϕ displays typical M2 markers, and is able to enhance tumor growth and tissue repairing. b DcR3 modulates B cell activation via a yet-identified ligand on B cells. DcR3.Fc suppresses TLR2 ligand (Pam3CSK4) and Staphylococcus aureus cowan (SAC) strain-induced B cell activation via binding non-HSPG ligand(s) on B cells

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