CTLA-4, also known as CD152, is structurally related to, and shares ligands (B7-1 and B7-2(CD86)) with CD28. CTLA-4 mediates negative signals that attenuate CD28-mediated positive signals. P7095F contains the IgV domain of human CTLA-4 fused with a mouse IgG2a Fc domain.
Interacting protein(s): B7-1 (CD80), B7-2 (CD86) (P7093F)
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|Synonym:||CD152, CELIAC3, GRD4, GSE, IDDM12|
|Tag:||Mouse IgG2a Fc|
|Construction:||Human CTLA-4 (A37-D161)-mouse IgG2a Fc|
|MW (calculated):||40493 Kd|
|MW (SDS-PAGE):||43 Kd|
|Abs 0.1% (= 1 mg/ml):||1.077|
Just like CD28, CTLA-4 has a single extracellular IgSF V-like domain and expressed as disulfide linked homodimers. CTLA-4 shares with CD28 a hexapeptide MYPPPY motif which maps to the CDR3-like loop region. These residues are important binding of B7.1 and B7.2 since mutations in this loop reduce binding activity of CTLA-4 as well. In contrast to CD28 which is constitutively expressed on naive T cells, CTLA-4 is induced 24-48 hours after T cell activation via phosphorylation by a number of kinases which prompts the its translocation to the surface.
CLTA-4 is a higher affinity binding receptor for both B7.1 and B7.2 as compared with CD28. Surface plasmon resonance experiment showed that both CD28 and CTLA-4 have a very fast off-rate of binding to B7.1 and B7.2. The higher avidity of CTLA-4 binding is primarily due to it very fast on-rate. In contrast to the positive signal triggered by CD28:B7 protein interactions, the engagement of CTLA-4 with these ligands provides a negative regulation of the immune response. This is also shown by CTLA-4 deficient mice showed lympho-proliferative disorders that lead to neonatal death underscoring the central role of this receptor in induction of peripheral tolerance.
At least part of the CTLA-4’s negative regulatory activity may result from its ability to enhance the generation of Treg cells and/or modulation of their functions as the CTLA-4 blockade caused the abrogation of Treg functions in vivo. An anti-CTLA-4 antibody, MDX-100 which blocks the interaction of CTLA-4 with B7.1 an dB7.2 and leads to direct activation of effector T cells and/or depletion of the Treg cells, has been approved for treatment of advanced melanoma.
Amino Acid Sequence
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