Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes

Pörtner A, Peter-Katalinic J, Brade H, Unland F, Büntemeyer H, Müthing J (1993)
Biochemistry 32(47): 12685-12693.

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B lymphocytes from CBA/J mice were stimulated in splenocyte cultures for 72 h with various endotoxins. Bisphosphoryl lipid A from Escherichia coli had the highest stimulatory effect followed by LPS of Citrobacter freundii and Salmonella minnesota as measured by [H-3]thymidine uptake. Gangliosides of stimulated B cells (metabolically labeled with D-[1-C-14]galactose and D-[1-C-14]glucosamine) and unlabeled gangliosides from resting B cells (prepared from spleens without stimulus) were analyzed by high-performance TLC, DEAE anion-exchange HPLC, and immunostaining procedures. Contents of ganglioside-derived sialic acids, quantified by HPLC as their fluorescent derivatives, decreased from stimulated to resident B lymphocytes in the following order: LPS S. minnesota > LPS C.freundii > bisphosphoryl lipid A E. coli > resting B cells. Gangliosides of resting B cells contained more N-glycolyl- than N-acetylneuraminic acid, whereas inverse ratios were found in activated cells, indicating a shift from N-glycolyl- to N-acetylneuraminic acid due to stimulation. Furthermore, a higher disialoganglioside content was characteristic for activated B cells. Fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry was performed with permethylated mono- and disialoganglioside fractions of LPS S. minnesota and LPS C.freundii stimulated B cells. Major gangliosides were G(M1a) and G(D1a) beside minute amounts of G(D1b). The structural heterogeneity in the gangliosides was caused by (a) N-substitution of the sialic acids with either acetyl or glycolyl groups, (b) variation in the long-chain base (sphingosine, sphinganine), and (c) substitution of the ceramide moiety by fatty acids of different chain length and degree of unsaturation (C-16:0, C24:0,24:1). In summary, these findings indicate the predominance of the G(M1a) pathway in murine B lymphocytes whereas G(M1b)-type gangliosides are preferentially expressed in T lymphocytes as well as macrophages.
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Pörtner A, Peter-Katalinic J, Brade H, Unland F, Büntemeyer H, Müthing J. Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes. Biochemistry. 1993;32(47):12685-12693.
Pörtner, A., Peter-Katalinic, J., Brade, H., Unland, F., Büntemeyer, H., & Müthing, J. (1993). Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes. Biochemistry, 32(47), 12685-12693. doi:10.1021/bi00210a018
Pörtner, A., Peter-Katalinic, J., Brade, H., Unland, F., Büntemeyer, H., and Müthing, J. (1993). Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes. Biochemistry 32, 12685-12693.
Pörtner, A., et al., 1993. Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes. Biochemistry, 32(47), p 12685-12693.
A. Pörtner, et al., “Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes”, Biochemistry, vol. 32, 1993, pp. 12685-12693.
Pörtner, A., Peter-Katalinic, J., Brade, H., Unland, F., Büntemeyer, H., Müthing, J.: Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes. Biochemistry. 32, 12685-12693 (1993).
Pörtner, Antje, Peter-Katalinic, Jasna, Brade, Helmut, Unland, Frank, Büntemeyer, Heino, and Müthing, Johannes. “Structural characterization of gangliosides from resting and endotoxin-stimulated murine B lymphocytes”. Biochemistry 32.47 (1993): 12685-12693.
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