Supplementary Table Highly diverse stimuli induce chemokine expression in blood and tissue cells


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Supplementary Table 2. Highly diverse stimuli induce chemokine expression in blood and tissue cells

Origin

Stimuli

Chemokines

Cells

Refs

Host

Cytokine

IL-1, TNFa

Multipleb

Numerous blood and tissue cells

[1–3]







IFN-, IFN-

CXCL10, -11, CCL3, -7

Monocytes, neutrophils, astrocytes, fibroblasts

[4–6]







IFN-

CXCL9, -10, -11

Monocytes, macrophages, T cells, tissue cells

[5,7–10]







IL-4

CXCL8, CCL2, -3, -22, -26

Endothelial cells, epithelial cells, SMCs, fibroblasts

[11–17]







IL-13

CXCL8, CCL2, -22, -26

Monocytes, tissue cells

[11–14,18]







IL-15

CXCL8, CCL2

Monocytes

[19]







IL-17

CXCL1, -8, CCL2

Epithelial cells, fibroblasts, chondrocytes

[20–23]







Lymphotoxin

CXCL10, -13, CCL2, -5, -19, -21

Tissue cells

[24–29]




Co-stimulation

CD40L (CD40)c

Multiple

B cells, DCs, endothelial cells, epithelial cells

[29–32]




Effectors

H2O2, oxygen radicals

CXCL8, CCL2, -3, -4

Macrophages, DCs, tissue cells

[33–39]







-Defensin-2 (TLR4)

CCL3, -4, -5

DCs

[40]







Histamine (HR1, HR2)

CXCL8, CCL2, -3, -4, -5

DCs, tissue cells

[41,42]







Eosinophil MBP

CXCL8

Neutrophils

[43,44]







PAR-ligands

CXCL5, -7, -8, CCL2, -5

Eosinophils, platelets, tissue cells

[45–56]







UL16BP (NKG2D)

CCL1, -3, -4

NK cells

[57,58]







Fibrin, fibrinogen (TLR4)

CXCL8, CCL2, -3, -4

Monocytes, endothelial cells

[59,60]







FasL (Fas)

CXCL8, CCL2

Endothelial cells, epithelial cells

[61–63]







Immune complexes (FcRs)

CXCL8, -10, CCL2, -3, -4

Monocytes, DCs, mast cells, fibroblasts

[64–69]







Complement (CRs)

CXCL8, CCL2, -3, -4

Monocytes, epithelial cells

[70–73]




Stress

Human HSPs (TLR2, TLR4)

CXCL8, CCL3, -4, -5

Monocytes, neutrophils, T cells

[74–76]







UVB

CXCL1, -8

Keratinocytes, endothelial cells

[77–79]







Shear stress

CCL2

Endothelial cells

[80,81]







Transformation

Multiple

Numerous tumor cells

[1,3,82–90]

Pathogen




Antigen (TCR, BCR)

Multiple




[91–100]







Cell wall components (TLR2)

CXCL1, -8, CCL2, -5

Monocytes, macrophages, DCs, epithelial cells

[101–107]







LPS, microbial HSPs

Multiple

Numerous blood and tissue cells

[1–3,107, 108]







(TLR4, CD14)
















Flagellin (TLR5)

CXCL8

Epithelial cells

[109]







CpG DNA (TLR9)

Multiple

Macrophages, B cells, DCs, astrocytes

[110–112]







Viral dsRNA (TLR3)

Multiple

Monocytes, macrophages, tissue cells

[113,114]







Viruses

Multiple

Monocytes, macrophages, tissue cells

[115–125]







fMLP (FPR)

CXCL5, -8

Monocytes

[126]







Mitogens

Multiple

Numerous blood and tissue cells

[1–3]

aAbbreviations: BCR, B cell antigen recepor; CR, complement receptor; DC, dendritic cell; FcR, immunoglobulin Fc receptor; fMLP, N-formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine; FPR, fMLP receptor; HR, histamin receptor; HSP, heat shock protein; IFN-, interferon-; IL-1, interleukin-1; LPS, lipopolysaccharide; MBP, major basic protein; PAR, protease-activated receptor; SMCs, smooth muscle cells; TCR, T cell receptor; TLR, Toll-like receptor; TNF, tumor necrosis factor; UL16 BP, human cytomegalovirus glycoprotein UL16 binding protein; UVB, ultraviolet B radiation.

bMultiple' refers to more than six different chemokines produced.

cReceptors for stimuli (except for cytokines).

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