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Cheung M M Cancer Genetics and Signaling Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA 19111-2497, - - 2010
DNA copy number analysis was performed, using single-nucleotide polymorphism mapping arrays, to fine map genomic imbalances in human malignant mesothelioma (MM) cell lines derived from primary tumors. Chromosomal losses accounted for the majority of genomic imbalances. All 22 cell lines examined showed homozygous deletions of 9p21.3, centering at the CDKN2A/ARF ...
Davidson Patricia M - - 2010
Osteosarcoma-derived cell lines (SaOs-2, MG63) have recently been shown to deform their nucleus considerably in response to surface topography. Such a deformation had not been described previously. Here we present results on additional cell lines, including cancerous (OHS4, U2OS), immortalized (F/STRO-1(+)A and FHSO6) and healthy cells (HOP). The cancerous cells ...
Ojima Hidenori - - 2010
The aim of this study was to establish new biliary tract carcinoma (BTC) cell lines and identify predictive biomarkers for the potential effectiveness of gemcitabine therapy. Surgical specimens of BTC were transplanted directly into immunodeficient mice to establish xenografts, then subjected to in vitro cell culture. The gemcitabine sensitivity of ...
Zhen Yunbo - - 2010
Cancer stem-like cells (CSLCs) are potential targets for treatment of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) due to their role in tumorigenesis and recurrence. In this study, we investigated the inhibitory effect of arsenic trioxide (As(2)O(3)) on CSLCs of GBM in human glioma cell lines (U87MG, U251MG and U373MG) in vivo and in ...
Sakairi Toru - - 2010
Evidence suggests that loss of podocytes into urine contributes to development of glomerular diseases; shed podocytes are frequently viable and proliferate in culture conditions. To determine the phenotypic characteristics of viable urinary cells derived from human subjects, we established long-term urinary cell culture from two patients with focal segmental glomerulosclerosis ...
Chamulitrat Walee - - 2009
Epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) has been implicated in neoplastic invasion and metastasis. We have previously generated six cell lines from human gingival mucosal keratinocytes immortalized by E6/E7 of human papillomavirus type 16. Ldk and NuB1 lines represented EMT phenotype and other four lines represented cobblestone non-EMT phenotype. These cell lines ...
Millimaggi Danilo - - 2009
The term vasculogenic mimicry (VM) indicates the process by which aggressive tumor cells are able to generate in vitro non-endothelial cell-lined channels delimited by extracellular matrix. Although VM has been described in several human malignancies, the molecular basis of this phenomenon is not entirely understood. In the present study, we ...
Lieu Pauline T - - 2009
One of the challenges in developing cell lines for high-throughput screening in drug discovery is the labor- and time-intensive process required to create stable clonal cell lines that express specific reporters or drug targets. The authors report here the generation of a site-specific retargeting platform in 3 different cell lines: ...
Ramya R - - 2009
Animal cell lines have become very popular substrates for the production of vaccines and biopharmaceuticals. Characterization of candidate production cell lines is central to ensure product safety and maintenance of consistency in the manufacture of biologicals. Nested PCR and isoenzyme analysis have been used widely to prove the identity and ...
Cuperlovi?-Culf Miroslava - - 2009
The global analysis of metabolites can be used to define the phenotypes of cells, tissues or organisms. Classifying groups of samples based on their metabolic profile is one of the main topics of metabolomics research. Crisp clustering methods assign each feature to one cluster, thereby omitting information about the multiplicity ...
Sharif Tanveer - - 2011
Cancer stem cells are expected to be responsible for tumor initiation and metastasis. These cells are therefore potential targets for innovative anticancer therapies. However, the absence of bona fide cancer stem cell lines is a real problem for the development of such approaches. Since teratocarcinoma cells are totipotent stem cells ...
Liu Jonathan - - 2010
An Madin-Darby canine kidney (MDCK) cell line, 9B9-1E4, was cloned by limit dilution from a heterologous cell population and chosen as a potential production cell substrate for cell culture-based influenza vaccine manufacture. Since MDCK cells are transformed cells of canine origin, extensive characterization, including evaluation of tumorigenicity and oncogenicity, was ...
Ikuta Kenji - - 2009
PURPOSE: Malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) is a biologically heterogeneous malignant disease with a poor prognosis. We reported previously that the anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) antibody, bevacizumab, effectively inhibited the progression of VEGF-high-producing (but not VEGF-low-producing) MPM cells in orthotopic implantation models, indicating the need for novel therapeutic strategies to ...
Cheng T-C - - 2010
Establishment and characterization of two cobia, Rachycentron canadum, cell lines derived from cobia brain (CB) and cobia fin (CF) are described. Caudal fin and brain from juvenile cobia were dissociated for 30 and 10 min, respectively, in phosphate-buffered saline containing 0.25% trypsin at 25 degrees C. The optimal culture condition ...
Al-Assar Osama O CR-UK, MRC Gray Institute for Radiation Oncology and Biology, University of Oxford, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, United - - 2009
A subpopulation of cancer stem-like cells (CSLC) is hypothesized to exist in different cancer cell lines and to mediate radioresistance in solid tumors. Cells were stained for CSLC markers and sorted (fluorescence-activated cell sorter/magnetic beads) to compare foci and radiosensitivity of phosphorylated histone H2AX at Ser 139 (gamma-H2AX) in sorted ...
Clerc J??r??me - - 2009
The natural product syringolin A (SylA) is a potent proteasome inhibitor with promising anticancer activities. To further investigate its potential as a lead structure, selectivity profiling with cell lysates was performed. At therapeutic concentrations, a rhodamine-tagged SylA derivative selectively bound to the 20 S proteasome active sites without detectable off-target ...
Kuramitsu Yasuhiro - - 2009
We performed proteomic differential display analysis of human malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) cell lines and a human pleural mesothelial cell line by using 2-DE and LC-MS/MS. The human MPM cell lines were NCI-H28, NCI-H2052 and NCI-H2452, and the human pleural mesothelial cell line was MeT-5A. Between MeT-5A and NCI-H2052, we ...
Chompoosri Jakkrawarn - - 2009
Phage phi C31 and R4 integrases are site-specific and unidirectional serine recombinases. We have analyzed the ability of these integrases to mediate intramolecular integration between their attB and attP sites in 7 important insect cell lines as a means of predicting their relative mobility in the corresponding insect species. Both ...
Chen Wei-Qiang - - 2009
Stability of cell lines is the prerequisite for all in vitro research, but literature on the stability of protein expression over passages is limited. Determination of specific stability markers, karyotyping, and morphology may not provide full information on this subject. It was the aim of the study to test protein ...
Zhou Wenbo - - 2009
Mouse and human fibroblasts have been transformed into induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells by retroviral transduction or plasmid transfection with four genes. Unfortunately, viral and plasmid DNA incorporation into chromosomes can lead to disruption of gene transcription and malignant transformation. Tumor formation has been found in offspring of mice generated ...
Bersinger Nick A - - 2009
Aim. Endometriosis is often associated with lower abdominal pain, dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, and chronic pelvic pain.There is no correlation between the extent of endometriosis and the intensity of pain. The mechanism of pain in endometriosis is unknown. The aim of our study was to investigate the influence of peritoneal fluid (PF) ...
Morrissey Joseph J - - 2009
The effect of mild hyperthermia on growth kinetics of two human glioma and one mouse fibroblast cell line was evaluated over a 12 h (short-term) or 7 day (long-term) period. All cell lines showed growth enhancement at 38 degrees C, although the effect in C3H 10T (1/2) mouse fibroblasts was ...
Bersinger Nick A - - 2009
AIM: Endometriosis is often associated with lower abdominal pain, dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, and chronic pelvic pain. There is no correlation between the extent of endometriosis and the intensity of pain. The mechanism of pain in endometriosis is unknown. The aim of our study was to investigate the influence of peritoneal fluid ...
Hashimoto Fumie - - 2009
We studied the hormone excretion of human immortalized extravillous trophoblast cells (TCL-2, first-trimester cells) and determined whether peroxisomes are present in TCL-2. The results of TCL-2 were compared with those of TCL-1 (third-trimester cells). Morphologically, TCL-2 cells were fibroblast-like, and the growth rate of TCL-2 was slower than that of ...
Unutmaz Derya - - 2009
Regulatory T cells that express the transcription factor Foxp3 are pivotal in suppressing autoimmune responses. A report in this issue describes a key role for interleukin 10 produced by lamina propria macrophages in maintaining Foxp3 expression during inflammatory responses in the intestine.
Jin Shu-Guang - - 2009
Hyaluronidase (HAse), a degrading enzyme of hyaluronic acid (HA), is highly expressed in patients with malignant glioma. The purpose of this study was to verify whether HAse is related to the invasion of glioma cells. We also investigated if glioma cells with higher mobility in 2-dimensioal (2-D) method have also ...
Mills Joslyn J Department of Pathology, Columbia University, New York, New York 10032, - - 2009
To expand the available tools for investigating human sarcomas, we characterized the primary properties of 22 common, uncommon, and newly characterized sarcoma cell lines representing eight different histological subtypes. Throughout the characterization process we noticed that in vitro markers and assays are poor indicators of tumorigenicity and that generated xenografts ...
Bateman T David TD Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, 119 Chemistry Building, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, - - 2009
Three structurally related sets of hydroisobenzofuran analogs of sclerophytin A were prepared in three or four steps from (S)-(+)-carvone via an aldol-cycloaldol sequence. The most potent members of each set of analogs exhibited IC(50)'s of 1-3 microM in growth inhibitory assays against KB3 cells. The NCI 60-cell line 5-dose assay ...
Muniyappa M K - - 2009
In this study we have identified a functional role for miR-29a in cancer cell invasion and proliferation. MiRNA expression profiling of human NSCLC cell lines indicated that miR-29a levels were reduced in more invasive cell lines. Exogenous overexpression of miR-29a in both lung and pancreatic cancer cell lines resulted in ...
Arambula Jonathan F JF Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Institute for Diagnostics and Drug Development, 1 University Station-A5300, The University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712-0165, - - 2009
The synthesis of a new PEG-solubilized gadolinium texaphyrin (Gd-Tex) conjugate containing a malonate-Pt(NH(3))(2) moiety is described. The effect of the tumor localizing Gd-Tex macrocycle on platinum activity was evaluated in cell culture. The malonate moiety, analogous to that present in carboplatin, is expected to release an aquated Pt(NH(3))(2) species under ...
Xia Microgene - - 2010
Glioma is an extremely aggressive and lethal form of brain cancer. Despite recent advances in diagnostics and treatments, prognosis for advanced patients suffering from these diseases remains poor. Therefore, identification of new therapeutic targets for glioma is of significant importance. In this study, we identified the important role of Smad ...
Takeda Akihiko - - 2009
Human anal canal squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) cell line has not yet been reported due to the rarity of this disease. Since cell lines to study this malignancy were not available, we attempted to establish and characterize anal canal SCC cell line from primary culture of lymph node metastasis. Six ...
Kirszberg Clarice - - 2009
A correlation between cancer and hypercoagulability has been described for more than a century. Patients with cancer are at increased risk for thrombotic complications, and the clotting initiator protein, tissue factor (TF), is possibly involved in this process. In addition to TF, the presence of negatively charged phospholipids, particularly phosphatidylserine ...
Murase M - - 2009
Several human cancers have been found to contain cancer stem-like cells (CSCs) having cancer-initiating ability. However, only a few reports have shown the existence of CSCs in bone and soft tissue sarcomas. In this study, we identified and characterised side population (SP) cells that showed drug-resistant features in human bone ...
Stecker K - - 2009
The Coxsackie and adenovirus receptor (CAR) has been shown to inhibit cancer cell proliferation, migration, and invasion. The underlying mechanisms, however, are poorly understood. The differential gene expression in the human colon cancer cell line DLD1 on RNAi-mediated functional CAR knockdown was analysed using oligo-array technology. Expression of alpha-catenin was ...
Zhu Lili - - 2010
Jerdonitin is a P-II class snake venom metalloproteinase comprising metalloproteinase and disintegrin domains. In this study, we established a high-level expression system in Pichia pastoris and developed a purification strategy for the recombinant Jerdonitin. This recombinant Jerdonitin degraded fibrinogen at a level of activity comparable with its wild type. The ...
Bergman M - - 2010
The effect of citrus pectin (CP) on the proliferative capacity of four malignant cell lines was examined. Various dose of CP inhibited the proliferation of two-colon carcinoma and an erythroleukemia cell lines. Raji cells were not affected at all. The three lines affected by CP are known to express galectins ...
Degano Alicia L - - 2009
We have previously described that antibodies and T cells against myelin basic protein (MBP) rose under conditions to induce acute experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) bind other proteins present in the synaptosomal fraction, some of them identified as synapsin I. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether anti-MBP T-cell ...
Fujimoto T - - 2009
AIM: Recent literature suggests that some human cancer cell lines possess a calcium cation receptor. Human myeloma cell lines have demonstrated stimulated cell proliferation by the gadolinium cation through this receptor, and osteosarcoma cell lines possess the same cation receptor. Although enhanced MRI is a very useful diagnostic tool for ...
Barrio Daniel Alejandro - - 2010
BACKGROUND: Amaranth is a crop that can be grown in different soils and climates, being resistant to high temperatures, drought, and some pests. The amaranth plant has nutritional qualities and desirable biological properties. AIM OF THE STUDY: The aim of the study is to investigate the potential antitumor properties of ...
Kai Kazuharu - - 2009
The cancer stem cell (CSC) model, in which a small population of cells within a tumor possesses the ability to self-renew and reconstitute the phenotype of primary tumor, has gained wide acceptance based on evidence over the past decade. It has also been reported that cancer cell lines contain a ...
Rotondo Rita - - 2009
Arginase 1 (ARG1) inhibits T-cell proliferation by degrading extracellular arginine, which results in decreased responsiveness of T cells to CD3/TCR stimulation. In humans, ARG1 is stored in inactive form within granules of polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMNs) and gets activated on release. We studied the role of PMNs-related ARG1 activity in nonsmall ...
Li Chunliang - - 2009
Direct reprogramming of human somatic cells into pluripotency has broad implications in generating patient-specific induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells for disease modeling and cellular replacement therapies. However, the low efficiency and safety issues associated with generation of human iPS cells have limited their usage in clinical settings. Cell types can ...
M??galizzi V??ronique - - 2009
The prognosis of glioblastoma (GBM) remains poor. Diffuse invasion of distant brain tissue by migrating cells from the primary tumour mass has already occurred at time of diagnosis. Anti-cancer effects of a selective sigma-1 agonist, 4-(N-benzylpiperidin-4-yl)-4-iodobenzamide (4-IBP), in glioblastoma were shown previously, leading to the present work where the effects ...
Passante Egle - - 2009
The RBL-2H3 cell line is a commonly used histamine-releasing cell line used in inflammation, allergy and immunological research. Quite commonly, it is referred to in research papers as a mast cell line, despite the fact that it is derived from basophils. There is also a lack of consistency, both between ...
van Iersel Liselot B J - - 2011
In order to determine the applicability of oxaliplatin in isolated liver perfusion, we identified the interaction between combinations of oxaliplatin and melphalan in 13 human colorectal cancer cell lines. Cytotoxic activity was determined by the MTT-assay. Three different administration schedules of the two drugs were compared and median effect isobologram ...
Pan Min-Hui - - 2010
A cell line BmN-SWU1 was established from the ovarian tissues of 3-day-old fourth instar Bombyx mori larvae of the 21-872nlw variety by performing primary cultures in Grace's medium supplemented with 20% fetal bovine serum (FBS). The cell line primarily consisted of short spindle cells and round cells. The frequency of ...
Havre P A - - 2009
CD26 is a multifunctional membrane-bound glycoprotein that regulates tumour growth in addition to its other activities. Because disease aggressiveness is correlated with CD26 expression in several T-cell malignancies, we decided to investigate the invasiveness of cells expressing different levels of CD26. To assess CD26 involvement in cell invasion, we performed ...
Mertsch S - - 2009
AIM: Diffuse invasion of single-glioma cells is the main obstacle to successful therapy of these tumours. After identifying vesicle amine transport protein-1 (VAT-1) as being upregulated in invasive human gliomas, we study its possible function in glioblastoma cell migration. METHODS: Based on data obtained from previous oligonucleotide arrays, we investigated ...
Schmitt Markus - - 2009
Unnoticed cell culture contamination by viruses, Mycoplasma, or other cell lines is not uncommon and a threat to laboratory safety and the quality of scientific results. We developed and validated a novel high-throughput Multiplex cell Contamination Test (McCT), which is currently able to detect 37 contamination markers in a single ...
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