Las células linfoides innatas y su papel en la regulación de la respuesta inmune

Bibiana Patricia Ruiz-Sánchez, David Cruz-Zárate, Iris Estrada-García, Isabel Wong-Baeza

Resumen


Las células linfoides innatas (ILC) son linfocitos que carecen de receptores de reconocimiento de antígenos y se activan en respuesta a citocinas y a través de receptores de patrones moleculares asociados a microorganismos (MAMP). Las ILC se localizan preferentemente en las mucosas, y participan en la respuesta inmune contra infecciones y en enfermedades inflamatorias crónicas. Las ILC se dividen en ILC-1, ILC-2 e ILC-3, y estas células tienen funciones análogas a las de los linfocitos Th1, Th2 y Th17 de la respuesta inmune adaptativa. Las ILC-1 expresan T-bet, producen IFNγ, protegen contra infecciones con microorganismos intracelulares y están relacionados con la inmunopatología de la enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal. Las ILC-2 expresan GATA3, producen IL-4, IL-5, IL-13 y anfirregulina, protegen contra infecciones parasitarias y se relacionan con la inmunopatología de la alergia y la obesidad. Las ILC-3 expresan RORγt, producen IL-17 e IL-22, protegen contra infecciones con hongos y participan en la tolerancia a la microbiota intestinal y en la reparación intestinal. Se relacionan con la inmunopatología de la enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal y la psoriasis. En términos generales, las ILC mantienen la homeostasis y coadyuvan en la protección contra las infecciones.


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Células linfoides innatas; Infección; Respuesta inmune; Inflamación crónica

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