ENG  Vol.5 No.10 B , October 2013
Molecular Characterization, 3D Modeling of Grass Carp Interleukin-10 Receptor 1 (IL10R1)

Interleukin-10 (IL-10) is an important cytokine that plays a pivotal role in natural and adaptive immune systems. However, in lower vertebrates, especially in teleost the receptor of this cytokine is still largely unknown. This paper described the cloning and characterization of grass carp interleukin-10 receptor 1 (gcIL10R1) and the 3D structure of its extracellular domain was predicted. The gcIL10R1 cDNA included 180 bp5’ untranslated region (UTR), 870 bp3’ UTR and an open reading frame (ORF) of 1632 bp. The ORF was found to encode a 543 amino acid protein with a putative JAK1 binding site, one STAT3 binding site. The phylogenetic analysis clusters gcIL10R1 with other teleost IL10R1s but independently of the amphibian, avian and mammalian IL10R1s. The 3D structure of its extracellular domain was the first homology model of a fish IL10R1 that revealed a high similarity with its mammalian and avian counterparts.

Cite this paper: Wei, H. , Wang, S. , Qin, L. , Wang, X. and Zhou, H. (2013) Molecular Characterization, 3D Modeling of Grass Carp Interleukin-10 Receptor 1 (IL10R1). Engineering, 5, 214-219. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B045.

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