ⓘ Pathogen-associated molecular pattern

                                     

ⓘ Pathogen-associated molecular pattern

These molecules can be referred to as small molecular motifs conserved within a class of microbes. They are recognized by toll-like receptors and other pattern recognition receptors in both plants and animals. A vast array of different types of molecules can serve as PAMPs, including glycans and glycoconjugates.

Pamps activate the innate immune response to protect the host from infection by identifying some conserved nonself molecules. Bacterial lipopolysaccharides LPSS, endotoxins are the cell membranes of gram-negative bacteria, are considered to be the prototypical pamps class. LPSS are specifically recognized by TLR4, the recognition receptor of the immune system. Other pamps include bacterial flagellin recognized by TLR5, lipoteichoic acid of gram-positive bacteria and is recognized by tlr2, peptidoglycan recognized by tlr2 and nucleic acid variants normally associated with viruses, such as double-stranded RNA dsRNA, recognized by TLR3 or unmethylated CpG on the grounds recognized by TLR9. Although the term "PAMP" is relatively new concept that molecules derived from microbes must be detected by receptors from multicellular organisms has been run for many decades, and references to an "endotoxin receptor" are found in the older literature. Recognition of pamps by PRRS induces activation of several signaling cascades in immune cells, stimulation of IFNS interferons and other cytokines.

                                     
  • inflammatory response. In contrast, pathogen - associated molecular patterns PAMPs initiate and perpetuate the infectious pathogen - induced inflammatory response
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  • receptor family TLR of pattern recognition receptors of the innate immune system. TLR1 recognizes pathogen - associated molecular pattern with a specificity
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  • dipeptide. It can be recognized by the immune system as a pathogen - associated molecular pattern and activate the NALP3 inflammasome which in turn leads
  • bacteria in the body by binding lipopolysaccharide LPS a pathogen - associated molecular pattern PAMP CD14 exists in two forms, one anchored to the membrane
  • pathogen is marked for ingestion and eliminated by the phagocytes. Given normal inflammatory circumstances, microbial pathogen - associated molecular patterns
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