MSR1 (SCARA1, SR-A) binds ligands

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Homo sapiens
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MSR1 (SCARA1, SR-A) binds oxidized and acetylated low density lipid (LDL) particles ((Brown et al. 1980), Haberland et al 1984, Gough et al. 1998, Yang et al. 2011), apolipoproteins A-I and E (human and mouse, Neyen et al. 2009), lysophosphatidylcholine from apoptotic cells (mouse, Sakai et al. 1996), phosphatidylinositol and phosphatidylserine (mouse, Nishikawa et al. 1990). MSR1 binds activated B-lymphocytes (human, Yokota et al. 1998), calreticulin and gp96 (mouse, Berwin et al. 2003). MSR1 binds bacterial products (E.coli, Neisseria meningitides, Staphylococcus aureus) (mouse, Peiser et al. 2006), Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) (mouse and bovine, Hampton et al. 1991), Lipoteichoic acid (LTA) and Gram-positive bacteria (bovine, Dunne et al. 1994), Adenovirus 5 (Haisma et al. 2009). MSR1 binds polysaccharides (carrageenan, dextran sulphate, fucoidan) (Brown et al. 1980, Krieger et al. 1992), extracellular matrix proteoglycans, biglycan and decorin (mouse, Santiago-Garcia et al. 2003). MSR1 binds extracellular matrix molecules, including denatured type I and III collagen, as well as glycated collagen IV (human and mouse and bovine, el Khoury et al. 1994, Gowen et al. 2000, Gowen et al. 2001), beta-amyloid fibrils (human and mouse, El Khoury et al. 1996), maleyl-BSA and advanced glycation end-product modified (AGE)-BSA (bovine, Brown et al. 1980, Araki et al. 1995). MSR1 binds polynucleotides (polyI, polyG) (bovine, Brown et al. 1980, Pearson et al. 1993, Mielewczyk et al. 1996), double-stranded RNA (Limmon et al. 2008, DeWitte-Orr et al. 2010). MSR1 interacts with the modified apoB-100 component of LDL (Parthasarathy et al. 1987) and with the lipid part of LDL (Terpstra et al. 1998). MSR1 is expressed most strongly on macrophages and can also be detected on endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells.
Literature References
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Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1998
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Biochemistry 1996
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J Lipid Res 1998
20360967 An accessory to the 'Trinity': SR-As are essential pathogen sensors of extracellular dsRNA, mediating entry and leading to subsequent type I IFN responses

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12488451 The class A scavenger receptor binds to proteoglycans and mediates adhesion of macrophages to the extracellular matrix

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Nature 1991
14609958 Scavenger receptor-A mediates gp96/GRP94 and calreticulin internalization by antigen-presenting cells

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Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1994
8429030 Polynucleotide binding to macrophage scavenger receptors depends on the formation of base-quartet-stabilized four-stranded helices

Pearson, AM, Krieger, M, Rich, A

J. Biol. Chem. 1993
9225214 Endocytic uptake of lysophosphatidylcholine mediated by macrophage scavenger receptor plays a major role in oxidized low density lipoprotein-induced macrophage growth

Shichiri, M, Miyazaki, A, Horiuchi, S, Kobori, S, Hakamata, H, Sakai, M

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Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1987
19911804 Macrophage scavenger receptor A mediates adhesion to apolipoproteins A-I and E

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Biochemistry 2009
8751442 Scavenger receptor-mediated adhesion of microglia to beta-amyloid fibrils

Silverstein, SC, Thomas, CA, Loike, JD, Hickman, SE, Cao, L, El Khoury, J

Nature 1996
21782039 Effect of overexpression of human SR-AI on oxLDL uptake and apoptosis in 293T cells

Dai, YL, Chen, SC, Yang, H, Tang, YQ

Int Immunopharmacol 2011
7607209 Macrophage scavenger receptor mediates the endocytic uptake and degradation of advanced glycation end products of the Maillard reaction

Takahashi, K, Shichiri, M, Horiuchi, S, Mori, T, Higashi, T, Kawabe, Y, Kodama, T, Araki, N, Shibayama, R

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