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Report on the analyses of mAb reactive with porcine CD8 for the second international swine CD workshop

Zuckermann, F.A.; Pescovitz, M.D.; Aasted, B.; Dominguez, J.; Trebichavsky, I.; Novikov, B.; Valpotić, Ivica; Nielsen, J.; Arn, S.; Sachs, D.H. et al.
Report on the analyses of mAb reactive with porcine CD8 for the second international swine CD workshop // Veterinary immunolology and immunopathology, 60 (1998), 3-4; 291-303 doi:10.1016/S0165-2427(97)00106-2 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)

Report on the analyses of mAb reactive with porcine CD8 for the second international swine CD workshop

Zuckermann, F.A. ; Pescovitz, M.D. ; Aasted, B. ; Dominguez, J. ; Trebichavsky, I. ; Novikov, B. ; Valpotić, Ivica ; Nielsen, J. ; Arn, S. ; Sachs, D.H. ; Lunney, J.K. ; Boyd, P.C. ; Walker, J. ; Lee, R. ; Davis, W.C. ; Barbosa, I.R. ; Saalmüller, Armin

Veterinary immunolology and immunopathology (0165-2427) 60 (1998), 3-4; 291-303

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Ključne riječi
Porcine CD8; Peripheral blood lymphocytes; Two-color cytofluorometry

Based on an analyses of their reactivity with porcine peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL), only three of the 57 mAbs assigned to the T cell/activation marker froup were grouped into cluster T9 along with the two wCD8 workshop standard mAbs 76-2-11 (CD8a) and 11/295/33 (CD8b). Their replacement was verified through the use of two color cytofluorometry which established that all three mAbs (STH101, No. 090 ; UCP1H12-2, No. 139 ; and PG164A, No. 051) bind exclusively to CD8+ cells. Moreover, like the CD8 standard mAbs, these three mAbs reacted with two proteins with a MW of 33 and 35 kDa from lymphocyte lysates and were, thus, given the wCD8 designation. Because the mAb STH101 inhibited the binding of mAb 76-2-11 but not of 11/295/33, it was given the wCD8a designation. The reactivity of the other two new mAbs in the T9 cluster with the various subsets od CD8+ lymphocytes were dinstinct from that of the other members in this cluster including the standards. Although the characteristic porcine CD8 staining pattern consisting of CD8low and CD8high lymphocytes was obtained with the mAb UCP1H12-2, a wider gap between the fourescence intensity of the CD8low and CD8high lymphocytes was observed. In contrast, the mAb PG164A, not only exclusively reacted with CD4� /CD8high lymphocytes, but it also failed to recognize CD4/CD8 double posistive lymphocytes. It was concluded that this mAb is specific for a previously unrecognized CD8 epitope, and was, thus, given the wCD8c designation. A very similar reactivity pattern to that of PG164A was observed for two other mAbs (STH106, No. 094 ; and SwNL554.1, No. 009). Although these two mAbs were not originally positioned in the T cell subgroup because of their reactivity and their ability to inhibit the binding of PG164A, they were given the wCD8c designation. Overall, five new mAbs were identified. Although the molecular basis for the differences in PBL recognition by these mAbs is not yet understood, they will be important in defining the role of CD8+ lymphocyte subsets in health and disease.

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Projekt / tema

Veterinarski fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ivica Valpotić, (66266)

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  • Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC)
    • Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXP)
    • SCI-EXP, SSCI i/ili A&HCI
  • Scopus

Uključenost u ostale bibliografske baze podataka:

  • Veterinary Bulletin
  • Index Veterinarius
  • Current Contens/AB & ES
  • Life Sciences
  • Biological Abstracts