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Abstract

Adenovirus often causes respiratory infection in immunocompromised patients, but relevant attachment receptors have largely not been defined. We show that the antiviral protein bovine lactoferrin enhances infection of monocyte-derived dendritic cells (MDDC) by adenovirus species C serotype 2 (2C) isolates. Under the same conditions infection of MDDC by humancytomegalovirus was reduced. Adenoviral infection was prominently enhanced by bovine but not human lactoferrin, and was not prominently enhanced using blood monocyte-derived macrophages, suggesting that the relevant receptor is expressed on MDDC. Infection of MDDC in the presence of bovine lactoferrin was blocked by mannan, and an antibody to CD209/DC-SIGN but not isotype control or CD46 antibodies. Lastly, U937 macrophages ectopically expressing CD209/DC-SIGN, but not parental U937 cells, were efficiently infected by adenovirus 2C in the presence of bovine lactoferrin. These results may provide a tool, given the high efficiency of infection, to dissect responses by myeloid cells to clinical adenovirus isolates.

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