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Funnell Barbara E - - 2005
Plasmid partition systems are essential for the stability and thus the survival of low-copy-number plasmids in growing bacterial populations. The partition reaction is responsible for proper intracellular distribution of plasmids in the bacterial cell cycle. One common step in most partition models is the pairing of plasmids to each other ...
Malfatti Michael A - - 2005
UDP-glucuronosyltransferase proteins (UGT) catalyze the glucuronidation of both endogenous and xenobiotic compounds. In previous studies, UGT1A1 has been implicated in the detoxification of certain food-borne carcinogenic-heterocyclic amines. To determine the importance of UDP-glucuronosyltransferase 1A1 (UGT1A1) in the biotransformation of the cooked-food carcinogen 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP), genetically modified CHO cells that are ...
Cheng Sheng-Quan - - 2005
AIM: To investigate the survivin gene expression in human hepatocellular carcinoma cell line SMMC-7721 and the effects of survivin gene RNA interference (RNAi) on cell apoptosis and biological behaviors of SMMC-7721 cells. METHODS: Eukaryotic expression vector of survivin gene RNAi and recombinant plasmid pSuppressorNeo-survivin (pSuNeo-SVV), were constructed by ligating into ...
Watanabe Hisashi - - 2005
Hypophosphatasia (HOPS) is a clinically heterogeneous heritable disorder characterized by defective skeletal mineralization, deficiency of tissue-nonspecific alkaline phosphatase (TNSALP) activity, and premature loss of deciduous teeth. To date, various mutations in the TNSALP gene have been identified. Especially, A115V located in exon 5 has been detected in a Japanese patient ...
Kamimura Yutaka - - 2005
alpha2,8-Sialyltransferase (alpha2,8S-T, GD3 synthase) has been reported to be involved in the enhanced cell proliferation of malignant tumors. Using a cloned cDNA of alpha2,8S-T, transfectant cells were established and the effects of the gene expression on the cell phenotypes were analyzed. In contrast with PC12 cells, in which we reported ...
Paterson L - - 2005
The introduction and subsequent expression of foreign DNA inside living mammalian cells (transfection) is achieved by photoporation with a violet diode laser. We direct a compact 405 nm laser diode source into an inverted optical microscope configuration and expose cells to 0.3 mW for 40 ms. The localized optical power ...
Isalan Mark - - 2005
High-throughput gene analysis would benefit from new approaches for delivering DNA or RNA into cells. Here we describe a simple system that allows any molecular biology laboratory to carry out multiple, parallel cell transfections on microscope coverslip arrays. By using magnetically defined positions and PCR product-coated paramagnetic beads, we achieved ...
Xiao De-Sheng DS Department of Pathology, Xiangya School of Medicine, Central South University, Changsha 410078, Hunan Province, - - 2005
To investigate the effect of deleted pancreatic cancer locus 4 (DPC4) gene transfection on biological behaviors of human colorectal carcinoma cells and the role of DPC4 gene in colorectal carcinogenesis. PcDNA3.1-DPC4 plasmid was re-constructed by gene-recombination technology. SW620 cells, a human colorectal carcinoma cell line, were transfected with PcDNA3.1-DPC4 plasmid ...
Hu Zhong-Liang ZL Department of Pathology, Basic Medical Institute, Central South University, Changsha 410078, Hunan Province, - - 2005
Transforming growth interacting factor (TGIF) is an inhibitor of both transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) and retinoid signaling pathways. Moreover, the activation of MAPK pathway can prolong its half-life. However, its role in carcinogenesis is still unknown. Thus we attempted to investigate the effect of TGIF on biologic behaviors of ...
Derouazi, Madiha
Recombinant proteins are gaining in importance for therapeutic applications. The proteins are expressed in stable cell lines, within which recombinant DNA has incorporated into the host cells genome. Identification and isolation of extremely high producers from transfected cell populations is a tedious and time-consuming effort. We proposed two different approaches ...
Muller, Natalie
Recombinant proteins are important for biomedical research and for the treatment of human disease. Therefore it is necessary to develop reproducible bioprocesses to rapidly produce proteins of adequate quality and quantity. Expression in mammalian cells is preferred if the proteins are to be properly folded and post-translationally modified. For the ...
Iwamori Masao - - 2005
Transfection of the mouse Fut1 and Fut2, and human FUT1 genes into human ovarian carcinoma-derived RMG-1 cells resulted in 20-30-fold increases in cellular alpha1,2-fucosyltransferase activity, and in alteration of the glycolipid composition, including not only fucosylated products, but also precursor glycolipids. Although globo-series glycolipids were not significantly affected by the ...
Zheng Rui - - 2005
CD9, a transmembrane protein known as motility-related protein-1, plays a pivotal role in regulating cell adhesion, motility, and proliferation, and has been regarded as an important metastasis-inhibitory factor of various human cancers. However, little information has been obtained regarding the highly metastatic human small-cell lung cancer (SCLC). In the present ...
Tang Yi - - 2005
The transfection efficiency of oligonucleotide and plasmid to the HL-60 cell line with lipofectaminePLUS was compared through observing the transfection rate and the expression duration of exogenous gene in the target cells. The results showed that the transfection rate of oligonucleotide to the HL-60 was about 90% - 95% and ...
Liang Fong-Qi - - 2005
Glutathione-S-transferases (GSTs) play an important role in protection mechanisms against oxidative stress. We sought to determine whether over-expression of human GSTA1-1 in RPE cells is able to attenuate H(2)O(2)-induced oxidative stress. SV40-transformed human fetal RPE cells were stably transfected with pRC/hGSTA1-1 vector which carries a full-length of human GSTA1-1 cDNA. ...
Wu Yue - - 2005
Transient transfection of NIH3T3 cells with various constructs of myosin phosphatase target subunit (MYPT1) and GFP showed distinct cellular localizations. Constructs containing the N-terminal nuclear localization signals (NLS), i.e. full-length MYPT1 and N-terminal MYPT1 fragments, were concentrated in the nucleus. Full-length chicken and human MYPT1-GFP showed discrete nuclear foci. Deletion ...
Lu Xingrong - - 2005
In order to investigate the effect of small ubiquitin-like modifier-1 (SUMO-1) on the p53-induced HepG2 cell apoptosis, HepG2 cells were transfected by recombinant plasmids as pwtp53, pMDM2 and pSUMO-1 respectively. Western blot was employed to detect the protein expression of the transfected recombinant plasmids and the rate of apoptosis was ...
Liao Hongtao - - 2005
Small interfering RNAs (siRNA) could be the ideal inhibitor of specific gene expression if they could be delivered efficiently to their targets. Although siRNAs cannot by themselves cross cell membranes, they can enter cells with the help of transfection reagents via facilitated transport. Inside cells, however, they can still be ...
Adams Peter D - - 2005
Short interfering (si) RNAs are commonly used to knock down expression of proteins in mammalian cells and thereby investigate protein function. siRNAs were originally introduced into mammalian cells by transient transfection of short, synthetic, double-stranded RNA oligonucleotides. More recently, a convenient, more cost-effective approach has been developed that makes use ...
Topaloglu Ozlem - - 2005
Recent studies have demonstrated the utility of recombinant adeno-associated viral (rAAV) vectors in the generation of human knockout cell lines. The efficiency with which such cell lines can be generated using rAAV, in comparison with more extensively described plasmid-based approaches, has not been directly tested. In this report, we demonstrate ...
Wagner Ernst - - 2005
Dominating issues in gene vector optimization are specific in recognizing the target cells and exploiting the proper intracellular trafficking routes. Any progress in this area will result in improved specific gene transfer, reduce the required therapeutic vector doses and, in consequence, lower the overall toxicity to the host. To provide ...
Reed Chantal A - - 2005
In an effort to optimize the transfection of cell lines with antisense oligonucleotides, we examined cellular accumulation of a labeled oligonucleotide by flow cytometry. We were surprised to observe that a routinely used transfection protocol, a fixed lipid/oligonucleotide ratio, resulted in variable transfection efficiency depending on the concentration of oligonucleotide ...
Borth Nicole - - 2005
Previous work has shown that a human-antibody-producing recombinant CHO cell line did not increase its intracellular content of protein disulfide isomerase (PDI) and heavy chain binding protein (BIP) according to the increasing expression of antibody. It was also found that the intracellular assembly of light and heavy chain is a ...
Wang Li - - 2005
As previously shown, vinblastine, when incorporated into a cationic lipid prior to generation of lipoplexes, increases by approximately 30-fold the extent of transfection of pbeta-Gal with a cytomegalovirus promoter (pCMV-beta-Gal) to vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMC) by 1,2-dioleoyl-sn-glycero-3-ethylphosphocholine (EDOPC)-pCMV-beta-Gal complexes. To test if this increase is limited to VSMC and ...
Clement Jule - - 2005
The instability of lipoplex formulations is a major obstacle to overcome before their commercial application in gene therapy. In this study, a continuous mixing technique for the large-scale preparation of lipoplexes followed by lyophilisation for increased stability and shelf-life has been developed. Lipoplexes were analysed for transfection efficiency and cytotoxicity ...
Laitala-Leinonen Tiina - - 2005
Bone-resorbing osteoclasts are multinucleated cells that are formed via fusion of their hematopoietic stem cells. Many of the details of osteoclast formation, activation and motility remain unsolved. Therefore, there is an interest among bone biologists to transfect the terminally differentiated osteoclasts and follow their responses to the transgenes in vitro. ...
Chen Yong Y Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois 60208, - - 2005
Pantropic retroviral vectors pseudotyped with vesicular stomatitis virus envelope G protein (VSV-G) are typically produced by transient transfection of the VSV-G expression plasmid because constitutive expression of VSV-G is cytotoxic. To produce pantropic vectors, the VSV-G expression plasmid and the vector plasmid are cotransfected into a packaging cell line, such ...
Berrier Allison L AL LSU School of Dentistry, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, New Orleans, LA, - - 2005
A method is provided to quantitate the extent of cell spreading as a function of the expression level of transfected recombinant proteins. This chapter contains protocols for 1) replating and staining transfected cells for immunofluorescence microscopy, 2) optimizing image acquisition so that fluorescence intensity can be measured independent of cell ...
Tait Andrew S - - 2004
We have developed a simple and robust transient expression system utilizing the 25 kDa branched cationic polymer polyethylenimine (PEI) as a vehicle to deliver plasmid DNA into suspension-adapted Chinese hamster ovary cells synchronized in G2/M phase of the cell cycle by anti-mitotic microtubule disrupting agents. The PEI-mediated transfection process was ...
Wang Xiaolin - - 2004
Tissue factor (TF) is the membrane receptor of the serine protease coagulation factor VIIa (FVIIa). Formation of the TF/FVIIa complex initiates the coagulation cascade. We used short hairpin RNA (shRNA)-mediated RNA interference to knock down TF expression in the human metastatic melanoma cell line LOX-L. After transfection with the shRNA ...
Hung Chi-Feng - - 2005
Transfection systems based on complexes of DNA and lipid emulsions were evaluated with respect to their effectiveness, toxicity, physicochemical characteristics, and cell-type dependence. The potential of a series of co-emulsifiers to serve as vectors was investigated. The co-emulsifiers examined included 1,2-dioleoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphoethanolamine (DOPE), Tween, cholesterol, stearylamine, and polyethylenimine (PEI). Squalane and ...
Delehanty James B - - 2004
The expression of recombinant antibody fragments on the surface of mammalian cells has recently emerged as a therapeutic strategy, particularly in the treatment of a number of cancers. Screening technologies that allow for the facile characterization of fragments expressed on the cell surface would hasten the identification and isolation of ...
Xu Shou-Shui - - 2004
AIM: To study the inhibitory effect of transfected PTEN on LoVo cells. METHODS: Human PTEN cDNA was transferred into LoVo cells via lipofectin and PTEN mRNA levels and its expression were analyzed by Western blot and flow cytometry. Before or after transfection, the effects of 5-Fu on inhibiting cell proliferation ...
Dailey L A - - 2004
This study examined the effect of nebulization on the cellular uptake and transfection efficiency of polyplexes from four polyethylenimine (PEI) modifications: branched 25 kDa PEI (bPEI), linear 22 kDa PEI (linPEI), pegylated PEI (pegPEI) and biodegradable PEI (bioPEI). Polyplexes were aerosolized with air-jet and ultrasonic nebulizers. The aerosol was collected ...
Farson Deborah - - 2004
BACKGROUND: One of the major limitations to the use of adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors for gene therapy has been the difficulty in producing enough vector to supply a clinical trial. More than 20 000 roller bottles may be required to generate AAV by the traditional transient transfection process to treat ...
Jin Ying - - 2004
1. This study describes the use of an oligodendroglial cell line (158N) to study the protective effects of X-chromosome-linked inhibitor of apoptosis (XIAP) overexpression. 2. 158N cells were transiently transfected with either pCMV-Myc-XIAP or control pCMV-Myc vector. At 48 h post-transfection, immunoblotting and immunocytochemical staining showed robust myc-XIAP overexpression in ...
Henderson Gail - - 2004
Infection of cattle or bovine cells with bovine herpesvirus 1 (BHV-1) leads to increased apoptosis. Previous studies indicated that BHV-1 infected cell protein 0 (bICP0), the major transcriptional regulatory protein of BHV-1, is toxic in transiently transfected cells. Point mutations within the zinc RING finger of bICP0 reduced toxicity and ...
Chen Qinzhong - - 2004
PURPOSE: We have previously confirmed that cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) is expressed in a human renal cell carcinoma (RCC) cell line and it has an important role in cell tumorigenesis and angiogenesis. In the current study we evaluated the impact on cell adhesion and tumor invasiveness in human RCC cell lines by ...
Smales C M - - 2004
We have employed an inverse engineering strategy based on quantitative proteome analysis to identify changes in intracellular protein abundance that correlate with increased specific recombinant monoclonal antibody production (qMab) by engineered murine myeloma (NS0) cells. Four homogeneous NS0 cell lines differing in qMab were isolated from a pool of primary ...
Abdul-Wahid A - - 2004
Cyst wall proteins 1 and 2 (CWP1 and CWP2) are major constituents of the giardial cyst wall and are expressed with similar kinetics by encysting trophozoites. In the present study, we were interested to determine if the expression of giardial CWPs as heterologous proteins in a higher eukaryotic cell would ...
Endesfelder Stefanie - - 2005
Increased levels of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p21 associated with decreased myoblast proliferation may be involved in the dystrophic process in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). Therefore we are interested to improve the proliferation of primary myoblasts of DMD patients by a reduction in p21 using either antisense oligonucleotides (ASO) or ...
Zhou Qiong - - 2004
Expression of polo-like kinase 1 (Plk1) is elevated in lung cancer and has been proposed as having prognostic value and related to resistance to chemotherapy and radiation. In addition, Plk1 has several functions in mitotic progression. In this study, the authors investigated the effect of Plk1 depletion on cell cycle ...
Hampson Lynne - - 2004
Previous work has indicated that the PDZ domain Tax interacting protein 1 (Tip-1) is a target of the HTLV1 Tax protein and is a potential RhoA effector. We have used the yeast two-hybrid system to show that Tip-1 also interacts with the HPV16 E6 protein. This interaction was confirmed by ...
Mason J I - - 2004
3Beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (3beta-HSD) activity is essential for the synthesis of all classes of steroid hormones, converting various delta5-3beta-hydroxysteroids into hormonally active delta4-3-ketosteroids in NAD+ -dependent reactions. Certain 3beta-HSD isoforms have been reported to exhibit additional dehydrogenase character (e.g., 17-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase/reductase). We have investigated whether mouse type I (adrenal/gonadal) and type ...
Bae Gyu-Un - - 2004
We previously reported that hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) mediates mitogen activation of ribosomal protein S6 kinase 1 (S6K1) which plays an important role in cell proliferation and growth. In this study, we investigated a possible role of H2O2 as a molecular linker in Rac1 activation of S6K1. Overexpression of recombinant catalase ...
Chu Chun - - 2004
PURPOSE: Establish and characterize a MDCK cell line that stably expressed PepT1. METHODS: MDCK cells stably transfected with N-terminal HA-tagged hPepT1 were examined by immunostaining using antibodies to HA and hPepT1. HA-hPepT1 expression was verified by immunoprecipitation and Western blotting from cell lysates. The function of the expressed HA-hPepT1 was ...
Hazarika Parul - - 2004
Flotillin 2 (flot-2) is a highly conserved protein isolated from caveolae/lipid raft domains that tether growth factor receptors linked to signal transduction pathways. Flot-2 protein and mRNA were increased in tumorigenic and metastatic melanoma cell lines in vitro, and the immunostaining intensity increased substantially across a tissue array of melanocytic ...
Haas Michael J MJ Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, Department of Internal Medicine, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO 63104, - - 2005
The thyroid hormone responsive protein (THRP) is a novel gene product that remains responsive to thyroid hormone (TH) in the cerebral cortex of adult rats. To study the effects of THRP on neuronal cell survival, primary neurons cultured from rats at embryonic day 19 were treated with either 10(-7) mol ...
Liu Y - - 2005
We have studied the in vitro transfection of a plasmid DNA with the lacZ gene to HeLa-S3 cells and hemolysis in a red blood cell (RBC) suspension under pulsed ultrasound with duty cycles gamma of 10, 20 and 30% using a digital sonifier at a frequency of 20 kHz and ...
Yamamoto Kozo - - 2004
The cytolethal distending toxin (Cdt) from Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans consists of three proteins, CdtA, CdtB, and CdtC, which are responsible for cell cycle arrest and apoptosis. In the present study, local delivery systems of recombinant CdtB and CdtB-expressing plasmid were established using Ca9-22, human gingival squamous cell carcinoma cell line. When ...
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