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B cell activation "in vivo"

Zhang, Jun.

B cell activation "in vivo"

by Zhang, Jun.

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept.of Immunology.

Statementby Jun Zhang.
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Open LibraryOL13928097M

B cell activation is initiated by the ligation of the B cell receptor (BCR) with antigen and ultimately results in the production of protective antibodies against potentially pathogenic invaders. Here we review recent literature concerned with the spatiotemporal dynamic characterization of the early molecular events of B cell activation, including the initiation of BCR triggering, the. The past few years have seen a surge of interest in B cell depletion therapy for patients with rheumatoid arthritis. This paper outlines the possible mechanism(s) by which B cell depletion therapy works. It is likely there is more than one mechanism and the relative importance of each mechanism depends on the target cell. These include CDinduced apoptosis, complement dependent cytotoxicity.

We offer a variety of in vivo models and in vitro assays for evaluating select pathways. Sponsors can select pathways of interest, choose between stimulation or inhibition assays, evaluate in cell based or whole animal systems. Readouts include: Specific cytokine panels, FACs analysis ; Investigation of Th1 Th2, Th17, CD8, B-cell response in vivo. Upon stimulation, B cells assume heterogeneous cell fates, with only a fraction differentiating into antibody-secreting cells (ASC). Here we investigate B cell fate programming and heterogeneity during ASC differentiation using T cell-independent models. We find that maximal ASC induction requires at least eight cell divisions in vivo, with BLIMP-1 being required for differentiation at.

  A range of in vitro assays using cell lines, ex vivo assays using mice and human lung tissues/cells, and whole-body in vivo assays were performed. For in vitro assays, at least three independent experiments were carried out, and in the case of primary cells and isolated tissues, at least three donors were tested if not indicated differently. Figure 7. JNK1/2 activation is not seen in E mouse ECCs but is detected in E mitral (MV) and tricuspid valve (TV) endothelial cells in vivo. Immunohistochemistry of E and E control mouse sections was performed using anti–phosphorylated JNK(Thr/Tyr) (pJNK) antibody. A through A, pJNKpositive cells are not detected in E ECCs (arrow). B through B, pJNK-positive.


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B cell activation "in vivo" by Zhang, Jun. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Inflammation enhances in vivo T cell activation by stimulating dendritic cells to migrate to the T cell areas and display stable peptide-MHC complexes and costimulatory ligands. Once stimulated by a dendritic cell, antigen-specific CD4 T cells produce IL-2 but proliferate in an ILindependent fashion.

B cells contribute greatly in the development and expression of autoimmunity. Depletion of B cells and blocking B-cell activation are beneficial in reducing autoimmune conditions in human and animal disease models.

Following B-cell activation, the up-regulation of CD86 on a B-cell surface is observed within 6 hours and peaks at around 24 hours. Most of the time LPS is used as a T independent (Type I) antigen for B cell activation invitro whereas you also can use CD40L along with IL-4/IL-5 or anti IgM as a costimulatory molecule for T.

Ralph C. Budd, Karen A. Fortner, in Kelley and Firestein's Textbook of Rheumatology (Tenth Edition), Activation of T Cells. T cell activation initiates an intra-cellular signaling cascade that ultimately results in proliferation, effector function, or death, depending on the intensity of the TCR signal and associated signals.

To guard against premature or excessive activation, T cells. MAIT cells are abundant, highly evolutionarily conserved innate-like lymphocytes expressing a semi-invariant T cell receptor (TCR), which recognizes microbially derived small intermediate molecules from the riboflavin biosynthetic pathway.

However, in addition to their TCR-mediated functions they can also be activated in a TCR-independent manner via cytokines including IL, and. Ann. Immunol. (Inst. Pasteur)D, STUDIES ON B-CELL ACTIVATION IN VITRO by F. Melchers and C. Corbel (*) (Basel Institute/or Immunology, Basel, Switzerland) SUMMARY When antigen activates B cells with the help of T cells, factors are produced by T cells which induce proliferation and maturation to Ig-secreting cells.

Here we show the role of PRMT1 in B-cell activation and differentiation. PRMT1 expression and activity in human and mouse peripheral B cell activation in vivo book cells increases in response to in vitro or in vivo activation. The product mimics in vivo T cell activation from antigen-presenting cells (above) by utilizing the two activation signals CD3 and CD28, bound to a three-dimensional bead similar in size to the antigen-presenting cells (below).

GOLM1 knockdown inhibits glioma progression in P3#GBM cells in vitro and in vivo. Expression of GOLM1 in U, A and P3#GBM cells was analyzed by a qRT-PCR and b western blot. Overexpression of GOLM1 in P3#GBM cells was confirmed by c qRT-PCR and d western blot analysis.

e CCK8 assay for cell viability. Using a novel flow cytometry-based killing assay, we show that licensed MAIT cells, but not ex vivo MAIT cells from the same donors, can efficiently kill Escherichia coli-exposed B-cell lines in.

B cell activation occurs in the secondary lymphoid organs (SLOs), such as the spleen and lymph nodes. After B cells mature in the bone marrow, they migrate through the blood to SLOs, which receive a constant supply of antigen through circulating lymph.

At the SLO, B cell activation begins when the B cell binds to an antigen via its BCR. Although the events taking place immediately after. B cell-specific deletion of IL in (lpr) mice indicates that B cell-derived IL is ineffective in suppressing the spontaneous activation of self-reactive B cells and T cells during lupus.

The severity of organ disease and survival rates in mice harboring ILdeficient B cells were unaltered. The activation of the NF-κB pathway plays a crucial role in the progression of breast cancer (BCa) and also involved in endocrine therapy resistance. On the contrary to the canonical NF-κB pathway, the effect of the noncanonical NF-κB pathway in BCa progression remains elusive.

BCa tumor tissues and the corresponding cell lines were examined to determine the correlation between RelB and the. TLR-mediated activation of B cells. The immune system uses a hierarchy of B cell subtypes to respond to TLR ligands Thus, marginal zone B cells respond to a greater extent in response to TLR3 and TLR4 ligands than transitional or follicular B cells with regard to plasma cell differentiation and IgM secret This is consistent with the characterization of marginal zone B cells being.

The AISB12 monoclonal antibody reacts with mouse CD CD20 is a B cell-specific kDa transmembrane protein which is also known as B-lymphocyte antigen, B1, and Bp CD20 plays roles in intracellular calcium regulation and B cell activation and is critical for an optimal B cell immune response against T-independent antigens.

CD20 is first expressed after the induction of CD19. The CBLB protein (CBL-B) is a key regulator of peripheral immune tolerance by limiting T cell activation and expansion and hence T cell-mediated autoimmunity through its ubiquitin E3-ligase activity.

In this study, we show that CBL-B expression is reduced in CD4(+) T cells from relapsing-remitting MS (RR-MS) patients during relapse. Why Expand B Cells Ex Vivo. B cells are a subset of lymphocytes that express immunoglobulins on their cell surface. The B cell population is a vital component of the humoral immune response.

B cell activation leads to antigen uptake and presentation, affinity maturation and class switching of the immunoglobulins, and antibody secretion. To address this, a mouse CD20 antibody that depletes >95% of mature B cells in mice with otherwise intact immune systems was used to assess the role of B cells in CD4+ and CD8+ T cell activation and expansion in vivo.

B cell depletion had no direct effect on T cell subsets or the activation status of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells in naive mice. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, B Cell Protocols offers both beginning and experienced researchers alike highly effective tools for exploring B-lymphocyte development and function in higher animals, as well as critical information on how best to design or modify an experimental approach that will prove productive in their own research.

Murine B cells I find should be cultured at about 4 million cells per mL to provide a good activation response. This paper provides some info on different methods of B cell activation, as well as. cell activation (8). The interactions between CD40 on APC and CDligand (CD40L) on CD4 T cells contribute to "licensing" of APCs in vivo and drive antigen-specific CD8 T-cell responses, including those against tumors (9, 10).

In some circumstances, agonist anti-CD40 mAbs that mimic the action of CD40L can substitute fully for T-cell help in.Figure 2. Combined treatment with carfilzomib (CFZ) or ONX with vorinostat (VOR) in HF-4B and Granta cells sharply increases caspase activation, PARP cleavage, JNK activation, MnSOD2 induction, and DNA damage.

A and B, HF-4B cells were treated with carfilzomib ( nmol/L) vorinostat ( mmol/L) for 24 hours. C, Granta cells were treated with carfilzomib ( nmol/L) vorinostat ( mmol.This model system is ideal for specific examination of key pathways and players in the functional activation of peripheral B cells in vivo.

B cells in the blood of BALB/c mice were gated on CD19 and B dual expression using flow cytometry. B cell activation was determined by up-regulation of activation marker CD A greater than 3-fold.