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Ditzel Santos Daniel - - 2007
A significant impairment in understanding the biology and advancing therapeutics for Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia (WM) has been the lack of a representative cell line and animal model. We, therefore, report on the establishment of the BCWM.1 cell line, which was derived from the long-term culture of CD19(+) selected bone marrow lymphoplasmacytic ...
Maeda Ken - - 2007
In the present study, an equine-derived cell line was established by transfecting primary fetal horse kidney (FHK) cells with expression plasmid encoding simian virus 40 (SV40) large T antigen and then cloning them by limiting dilution. The cloned cell line, named FHK-Tcl3, grew well and could be propagated over 30 ...
Sakamoto Joyce M - - 2007
Rickettsiae are obligate intracellular alphaproteobacteria that include pathogenic species in the spotted fever, typhus, and transitional groups. The development of a standardized cell line in which diverse rickettsiae can be grown and compared would be highly advantageous to investigate the differences among and between pathogenic and nonpathogenic species of rickettsiae. ...
Christgen Matthias - - 2007
"Side population" (SP) cells, which pump out the fluorescent dye H33342 via the ABCG2 transporter, define a putative stem/progenitor cell population in the mammary gland. Breast cancer SP cells recently isolated from the MCF-7 cell line possess similar properties and may represent stem cell-like cancer cells. This study extends SP ...
Reina Jordi - - 2007
We report a prospective study concerning the efficacy of LLC-MK2 (continuous monkey kidney cell), Hep-2, MDCK (Madin-Darby Canine Kidney), Vero and MRC-5 cell lines, by shell vial assay, and incubation time in the isolation of hMPV from pediatric respiratory samples. The overall sensitivity of the cell lines studied were: 100% ...
Ito Tetsuo - - 2007
Regulated intramembrane proteolysis of membrane proteins has been shown to play an important role in cell differentiation and in the pathogenesis of diseases. The aim of the present study was to identify novel peptides generated by intramembrane proteolysis. The peptides were identified in serum-free cultured (SFC) media from various cell ...
Belloncik S - - 2007
The corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis, is a very important pest in different countries, and the in vitro system of the insect could be a useful tool for isolation and characterization of the pathogens and physiological responses of the insect. In this context, a cell line was derived from the hemocytes ...
McInroy Lorna - - 2007
Vimentin is a type III Intermediate filament protein that is expressed frequently in epithelial carcinomas correlating with invasiveness and poor prognosis. We have analysed migration and adhesion to collagenous matrix of a panel of carcinoma cell lines. In vitro invasiveness was highest in vimentin-positive SW480 colon cancer and MDA-MB-231 breast ...
Corfe Steven A - - 2007
In-vitro B cell cultures have played a significant role in the study of B cell development. Their utility in developmental and biochemical studies, however, has been limited by the challenges associated with obtaining and maintaining adequate cell numbers of pure and/or rare populations. Although B cell lines allow for circumvention ...
Yang Hee-Young - - 2007
Peroxiredoxin III (Prdx III), the mitochondrial peroxidase, was preferentially expressed in murine erythroleukemia (MEL) cells. However, the mechanisms by which Prdx III regulates erythroid differentiation are unknown. In this study, K562 cells were differentiated by Ara-C treatment, and Prdx III was dramatically increased until day 5. We also investigated Prdx ...
Muñoz Miguel - - 2007
The authors have recently demonstrated that substance P and L-733,060 induce cell proliferation and cell inhibition, respectively, in human retinoblastoma cell lines. However, the presence of neurokinin-1 receptors has not been demonstrated in such cell lines, nor is it known whether other neurokinin-1 receptor antagonists exert antitumoral action against retinoblastoma ...
Kenny Paraic A PA Life Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, - - 2007
3D cell cultures are rapidly becoming the method of choice for the physiologically relevant modeling of many aspects of non-malignant and malignant cell behavior ex vivo. Nevertheless, only a limited number of distinct cell types have been evaluated in this assay to date. Here we report the first large scale ...
Baby Johnson - - 2007
Constitutive activation of the proinflammatory nuclear factor kappaB (NF-kappaB) transcription factor p65(RelA)/p50 has been implicated in many cancers, including leukemias, lymphomas, and several solid tumors, including lung cancer. In many cases, constitutive NF-kappaB activation can be recapitulated in cell lines isolated from these cancers. To test whether this is the ...
Ohi Satoshi - - 2007
We recently established a cell line derived from pleural effusion from a 13-year-old girl with primary alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS with a chromosomal translocation t[2;13]) in the breast tissue. The cell line was designated as HUMEMS. Cases of primary alveolar RMS swelling in the breast are extremely rare (about 0.2% of ...
Kobune Fumio - - 2007
Measles virus (MeV) research is largely dependent on the B95a cell line, which is derived from marmoset B lymphocytes. As this cell line is persistently infected with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), a novel cell line, COBL-a, was established from human umbilical cord blood. COBL-a cells have a significant advantage over B95a ...
Yeh Shih-Chia - - 2007
Here we describe the establishment of a new cell line, NTU-MV, derived from pupal tissues of an economically important pest, the legume pod borer Maruca vitrata. This cell line contained four major cell types: polymorphic cells, round cells, spindle-shaped cells, and comma cells. The doubling time of MV cells in ...
Honda Hiroshi - - 2007
Long interspersed elements (LINEs) are autonomous transposable elements that proliferate via retrotransposition, which involves reverse transcription of LINE RNAs. It is anticipated that LINE retrotransposition requires both LINE-encoded proteins and host-encoded proteins. However, identification of the host factors, their roles, and the steps at which they act on retrotransposition are ...
Raska Milan M University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL 35294, - - 2007
Glycosylation defects occur in several human diseases. In IgA nephropathy, IgA1 contains O-glycans that are galactose-deficient and consist mostly of core 1 alpha2,6 sialylated N-acetylgalactosamine, a configuration suspected to prevent beta1,3 galactosylation. We confirmed the same aberrancy in IgA1 secreted by the human DAKIKI B cell line. Biochemical assays indicated ...
Hamid Sharifah - - 2007
We have established 3 cell lines ORL-48, -115 and -136 from surgically resected specimens obtained from untreated primary human oral squamous cell carcinomas of the oral cavity. The in vitro growth characteristics, epithelial origin, in vitro anchorage independency, human papilloma-virus (HPV) infection, microsatellite instability status, karyotype and the status of ...
Uddin Muhammed K - - 2007
Syntheses and structure-antiproliferative relationship for oxyphenisatin analogues are described. The cell proliferation data showed that the presence of substituents (especially F, Cl, Me, CF(3), and OMe) in the 6- and 7-position of oxyphenisatin markedly enhanced the potency in the MDA-468 cell line without affecting the MDA-231 cell line. The best ...
Pan Min-Hui - - 2007
Two cell lines, i.e., BmE-SWU1 and BmE-SWU2, were established from silkworm embryonic tissues of the reversion phase through primary culture in Grace's medium supplemented with 20% fetal bovine serum. The BmE-SWU1 cell line mainly included diploid spindle cells and round cells, which were large and had severe heteroploidy karyotypes. The ...
Iwata Takanori - - 2007
The major non-collagenous proteins in dentin have extensive post-translational modifications (PTMs) that appear to be odontoblast-specific, so expression of recombinant dentin proteins in other cell types does not achieve the in vivo pattern of PTMs. We established cell lines from developing porcine dental papillae and used them to express recombinant ...
Lin Charles J - - 2007
BACKGROUND: Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) cell lines are important preclinical models in the search for novel and targeted therapies to treat head and neck cancer. Unlike many other cancer types, a wide variety of primary and metastatic HNSCC cell lines are available. An easily accessible guide that ...
Azari Shahram - - 2007
Assurance of cell line homogeneity and capability of cell contamination detection are among the most essential steps of cell based research. Due to high discriminatory efficiency, low cost and reliability, analysis of short tandem repeats (STR) has been introduced as a method of choice for human cell line authentication. In ...
Morales Carme C Servei de Genètica, Hospital Clínic, Barcelona, - - 2007
Mosaicism for structural aberrations is a rare event and the coexistence of a cell line with a duplication and another with a deletion of the same chromosome segment is even more infrequent. We report a boy with a 46,XY,del(7q)/46,XY,dup(7q) mosaicism. High-resolution cytogenetic analysis and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) performed ...
Berthold Almuth - - 2007
Porous ceramics made of alumina and hydroxyapatite were created using a protein foaming method. Porosity and pore size distribution were successfully varied by means of chemical modification of the foaming protein Bovine serum albumin (BSA). The effectiveness of the BSA and of its chemical modifications as well as the influence ...
Rainey, William E
William Rainey and Raymond Rodgers
Han Arum - - 2007
PURPOSE: Quantification of the heterogeneity of tumor cell populations is of interest for many diagnostic and therapeutic applications, including determining the cancerous stage of tumors. We attempted to differentiate human breast cancer cell lines from different pathologic stages and compare that with a normal human breast tissue cell line by ...
Sarntivijai Sirarat - - 2007
Cell lines are used extensively throughout biomedical research, but the nomenclature describing cell lines has not been standardized; many ambiguous names appear in the published literature. The Cell Line Ontology is a well-structured collection of names for cell lines cultured in vitro. This ontology collates names from ATCC, HyperCLDB and ...
Di Cesare Sebastian - - 2007
ABSTRACT: PURPOSE: The CXCR4/CXCL12 chemokine axis may play a critical role in guiding CXCR4+ circulating malignant cells to organ specific locations that actively secrete its ligand CXCL12 (SDF-1) such as bone, brain, liver, and lungs. We sought to characterize the presence of the CXCR4/CXCL12 axis in five uveal melanoma (UM) ...
Marshak Daniel R - - 2007
Primary cultures of human cells provide an increasingly important alternative to using virally transformed or otherwise immortalized cell lines or to using cloned cell lines derived from human or animal tumors. Advances in primary cell culture techniques, media formulations, and other reagents have enabled routine culture of primary cells derived ...
Di Cesare Sebastian - - 2007
BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to characterize the presence and roles of CXCL12, CXCL8, CXCL1, and HGF in five human uveal melanoma cell lines, using different methods, in order to ascertain their significance in this disease. METHODS: Five human uveal melanoma cell lines (92.1, SP6.5, MKT-BR, OCM-1, and ...
Sherwood Victoria - - 2007
Human enteric adenoviruses propagate poorly in conventional human cell lines used to grow other adenovirus serotypes. As human enteric adenoviruses have a defect in counteracting the cellular interferon (IFN) response in cell culture, to aid in growth of the virus, a 293-based cell line defective in its ability to respond ...
Mader A - - 2007
The Hodgkin cell line U-HO1 was established from a malignant pleural effusion of a 23-year-old male patient during the end stage of refractory nodular sclerosing classical Hodgkin lymphoma (cHL). Since its establishment in 2005, U-HO1 has maintained stable characteristics in vitro and has a doubling time of about 4 days ...
Masters John R JR Department of Surgery, Prostate Cancer Research Centre, Royal Free and University College London Medical School, London, UK. - - 2007
Cell lines are widely used in biomedical research. This protocol describes the methods used routinely to change the medium and passage the cells. Medium changes keep the cells healthy by providing fresh nutrients, while cell passage or splitting is required to maintain cells in exponential growth. Despite the simplicity of ...
Dorset, Daniel Charles
The collection of visual evidence of M13 bacteriophage displaying a nuclear localization heptapeptide localizing to the nuclei of breast cancer cells is described in this thesis. The bacteriophages displaying the heptapeptide were conjugated to a fluorochrome prior to incubation with live cells. After the incubation, the cells were fixed and ...
Mu,Jian-bing
Nineteen stocks of Trypanosoma cruzi originating from several endemic countries for Chagas‘ disease in Central and South America were subjected to two-dimensional protein electrophoresis analysis. The presence or absence of a total of492polypeptide spots among19gel profiles was determined. The stocks were classified into three major distinctive groups derived from (I) ...
Walsh Catherine J - - 2006
SYNOPSIS: Reports that elasmobranchs (sharks, skates, and rays) may have a low incidence of disease have stimulated interest in understanding the role of their immune system in this apparent resistance. Although research in this area may potentially translate into applications for human health, a basic understanding of the elasmobranch immune ...
Yian Christopher - - 2006
OBJECTIVES: Spiral ligament fibrocytes play an important role in inner ear ion homeostasis and are classified into several subtypes according to expression of specific enzymes such as Na+, K+ -ATPase, Ca++ -ATPase, and carbonic anhydrase. Although our understanding of the cell and molecular biology of spiral ligament fibrocytes has increased ...
Koh Chang-Soon - - 2007
We report the characteristics of three cell lines (designated, SNU-80, SNU-373 and SNU-790), which were established from two papillary carcinomas and one anaplastic carcinoma obtained from three Korean thyroid carcinoma patients. All cell lines grow as adherent cells. Electron microscopy characteristically showed cytoplasmic invaginations of nuclei and intranuclear cytoplasmic inclusions. ...
Zhou Lubing - - 2007
Nicotinic acid (niacin) has been used clinically to manage dyslipidemia for many years. The molecular target of nicotinic acid was unknown until the recent revelation of human G-coupled receptor HM74a as the high affinity receptor for nicotinic acid. In searching for a cell line expressing endogenous human HM74a receptor, we ...
Danner S - - 2007
Adult pancreatic stem cells (PSCs) are able to differentiate spontaneously in vitro into various somatic cell types. Stem cells isolated from rat pancreas show extensive self-renewal ability and grow in highly viable long-term cultures. Additionally, these cells express typical stem cell markers such as Oct-4, nestin and SSEA-1. Although differentiation ...
White Jason S - - 2007
The purpose of this study was to generate stable cell cultures from head and neck squamous cell carcinomas (HNSCC), and retrospectively analyze the factors associated with successful cell line establishment. Fifty-two HNSCC cell lines were isolated from a series of 199 tumors collected between 1992 and 1997 at the University ...
Meade Aidan D - - 2007
Non-invasive measurements of cellular function in in vitro cultured cell lines using vibrational spectroscopy require the use of spectroscopic substrates such as quartz, ZnSe and MirrIR etc. These substrates are generally dissimilar to the original in vivo extracellular environment of a given cell line and are often tolerated poorly by ...
Zhang Huan - - 2006
A new cell line, designated IOZCAS-Ha-I, was initiated from the fat body of larvae of Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in TNM-FH medium containing 10% fetal bovine serum. Spherical cells were predominant among the various cell types. The cell line showed a typical lepidopteran chromosome pattern ranging from 58 to 239 ...
Abe Akihiro - - 2006
We have established a stroma-dependent myelomonocytic cell line, NAMO-2, with FLT3 internal tandem duplication (FLT3/ITD). Leukemia cells from a patient with acute myelomonocytic leukemia were administered to form subcutaneous tumors in nude mice, which were maintained successively, although we failed to establish continuously growing cells from the original leukemia cell ...
Kobayashi Yoichi - - 2006
A novel serous surface papillary carcinoma of the ovary (SSPC) cell line, HYKSSPC, was established successfully. Carcinoma cells were obtained from ascitic fluid of a 60-year-old Japanese woman. The population doubling time was 51.4 h. A phase contrast micrograph showed a pavement stone-like arrangement without contact inhibition. The chromosome number ...
Wong Danny Chee Furng - - 2006
Based on the transcriptional profiling of CHO cell culture using microarray, four key early apoptosis signaling genes, Fadd, Faim, Alg-2, and Requiem, were identified and CHO GT (Gene Targeted) cell lines were developed by targeting these four genes. Two were CHO GT(O) cell lines overexpressing anti-apoptotic genes, Faim and Fadd ...
Miura Nobuhiko - - 2006
Hepatic stellate (HS) cells were isolated from the livers of metallothionein (MT)-null and control mice and used to establish IMS/MT(-) and IMS/N cell lines, respectively, using SV40 virus transformation. Cellular morphology, incorporation of vitamin A and expression of alpha-SMA, desmin and SV40 T-antigen were used to confirm that both cell ...
Pei Jianming - - 2006
Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) mapping arrays were used to perform DNA copy number analysis of five human cancer cell lines (four malignant mesotheliomas; one non-small cell lung carcinoma) to identify and map the end-points of deletions of 9p. All five cell lines exhibited homozygous deletions encompassing the CDKN2A (alias INK4A/ARF) ...
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