|Corresponding Author: Dr. Michel Leclerc, Director, Laboratory Immunology of Invertebrates, Orleans University, 556 rue Isabelle Romee, 45640 Sandillon, France|
|Received: June 12, 2019; Accepted: June 24, 2019; Published: January 10, 2020;|
|Citation: Leclerc M. (2020) Evidence of MHC Class I and Class II Genes in Echinodermata. Proteomics Bioinformatics, 2(1): 59-61.|
|Copyrights: ©2020 Leclerc M. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.|
It seems obvious to recall the found genomic results in Ophiocomina nigra and Antedon bifida (Echinodermata) from a point of view of genomic evolution: 2 MHC class I genes (HLA-E, HLA-B), 2 MHC class II genes (HLA-DRB1, HLA-DQB1) appear in them in the past, at the Cambrian period.
Keywords: HLA-E, HLA-B, HLA-DQB1, HLA-DRB1
Recently, it was shown that, HLA-DRB1 gene existed in Ophiocomina nigra , so HLA-DQB1 gene . In the same manner we demonstrated the existence of HLA-E, HLA-B genes in Ophiocomina nigra and Antedon bifida . It was correlated to the presence of IPA (Invertebrate Primitive Antibody) in Echinodermata [3,4]. Genesis of these works were recalling in this paper.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Ophiocomina nigra (Ophuirid) and Antedon bifida (Crinoïd) were obtained at the station « Of Biologie Marine of Roscoff » France.
Obtention of ophuirid and crinoïd mRNA
Digestive coeca were excised from their bodies and mRNA was obtained from Uptizol (Interchim) then quality controls were operated.
Sequencing was made on Illumina Next Seq 500 with paired-end: 2. 75 bp. Transcriptome was assembled from RNA-Seq fastq files using Trinity v2.1.1 with default parameters . A BLAST database was created with the assembled transcripts using make blastdb application from ncbi-blast+ (v2.2.31+). The sequences of transcripts of interest were then blasted against this database using blastn application from ncbi-blast+ with parameter word_size 7 .
MHC gene Class II appears in the genome of Ophiocomina nigra and Antedon bifida one, in a significant manner. The transcriptomes are given with their sequences. Ophiocomina nigra results show the “HLA-DRB1” transcriptome which possesses a short sequence but a significative one:
Secondly, a HLA-DQB1 class II gene was found in O. nigra: The sequence of the transcriptome follows
MHC class I genes appear in the Table 1 in Antedon bifida.
Class I, HLA-E, HLA-B, Transcriptomes are given in 5’-3’
From data to data it appears that Echinodermata possesses a sophisticated immune system. We recall the existence of B lymphocytes, T lymphocytes with the sea star as model of study, the IPA (Invertebrate Primitive Antibody) we meet in Asterids, Ophuirids, Crinoïds, the Igkappa genes, in these last ones such as Fag gene, Fc receptor gene, Cr gene, at last MHC class I, class II genes, all that is disturbing for classic scientifics, in 2019.
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4. Leclerc M, Kresdorn N (2016) Evidence of Fab fragment gene in an invertebrate: The sea star Asterias Rubens. EC Microbiology 3: 539-541.
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