2 edition of Transformation of rat embryo cells in culture by polyoma virus. found in the catalog.
Transformation of rat embryo cells in culture by polyoma virus.
James Ferguson Williams
1965 in [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148,  leaves.|
|Number of Pages||148|
In vivo gene delivery involves direct injection of nucleic acids (NAs) into tissues, organs, or tail-veins. It has been recognized as a useful tool for evaluating the function of a gene of interest (GOI), creating models for human disease and basic research targeting gene therapy. Cargo frequently used for gene delivery are largely divided into viral and non-viral : Masahiro Sato, Emi Inada, Issei Saitoh, Satoshi Watanabe, Shingo Nakamura. Chastre E, Empereur SD, Gioia Y, Mareel MM, Van Roy F, Bex V, Emani S, SPANDIDOS DA and Gespach C: Differential effects of the Ha-ras and polyoma middle T oncogenes on cancer progression and cellular differentiation after gene transfer in immortalized and transformed human and rat intestinal epithelial cells. Gastroenterology , Cell And Tissue Culture - Laboratory Procedures In Biotechnology range mutants of Ad5and for tit rat in^ human adenovir~ses. The cell. Cells are cultured inEagle’s supplemented with 10%. Schwann published his book on animal and plant cells the next year, a treatise devoid of acknowledgments of anyone else’s contribution, including Schleiden’s. He made three conclusions: (1) The cell is the unit of structure, physiology, and organization in living things.
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It is now clear that most, if not all, DNA tumor viruses use more than one oncogene to fully transform rodent embryo fibroblasts in culture. Here, we discuss mechanisms of cooperativity among polyoma virus genes in the transformation of rat embryo fibroblasts (REF).Author: Evelyne Mougneau, François Cuzin.
Erik Lycke, Erling Norrby, in Textbook of Medical Virology, The occurrence of virus-specific antigens in transformed cells. Viral transformation means the introduction of viral functions into the altered cell. This is shown by the appearance of virus-specific antigens, which can be of two different kinds.
Abstract. As indicated by its name, polyoma virus induces a variety of histologically different tumors (Stewart, ).
Like its close relative SV40, the virus is in fact able to transform a large spectrum of differenciated rodent : Minoo Rassoulzadegan, Francois Cuzin. Rat cells transformed by polyoma virus contain, in addition to integrated viral DNA, a small number of nonintegrated viral DNA molecules.
The free viral DNA originates from the integrated form through a spontaneous induction of viral DNA replication in a minority of the cell population. Its presence is under the control of the viral A locus. Evidence for Multiple Steps in Neoplastic Transformation of Normal and Preneoplastic Syrian Hamster Embryo Cells following Transfection with Harvey Murine Sarcoma Virus Oncogene (v-Ha-ras) March.
A basic technique for the preparation of soft agar cultures suitable for the assay of virus transformation in cell lines such as BHK21 is described here. Factors affecting the growth of cells in agar are listed in Table I.
5–7, 9–24 Modifications for special purposes can be achieved, e.g., by the substitution of agarose for agar. Additional. Mouse tissue culture cells were infected with different forms of Polyoma Virus (PV) DNA or virus DNA fragments by means of a microinjection technique and stained for PV-tumor (T) antigen and virus.
Simian virus 40 mutants with deletions between and map units direct the synthesis of defective 20K t antigens (Crawford et al., ). These deletion mutants transformed actively growing CHL cells nearly as efficiently as did wild-type virus, in either the focus formation assay or the growth in soft agar assay.
In contrast, when CHL cells were in a resting state during infection, the Cited by: Transformations --Characterizations of an assay for Rous sarcoma virus and Rous sarcoma cells in tissue culture / H.M. Temin and H. Rubin --An assay for cellular transformation by SV40 / G.J.
Todaro and H. Green --Agar suspension culture for the selective assay of cells transformed by polyoma virus / I. Macpherson and L. Montagnier --Adenovirus. Exposure of primary rat hepatocytes in long‐term DMSO culture to selected transition metals induces hepatocyte proliferation and formation of duct‐like structures.
Hepatology – Viruses, Evolution and Cancer: Basic Considerations focuses on comparative biology and evolutionary aspects of DNA and RNA oncogenic viruses. Organized into seven parts, this book begins with a discussion on the host-cell-virus relationships.
Some chapters follow that discuss the comparative aspects of DNA and RNA oncogenic Edition: 1. Human adenovirus, simian virus 40 (SV40), and murine polyomavirus are small DNA viruses, classified as tumor viruses because they can induce tumors in rodents and immortalize primary cells in vitro.
This chapter reviews the historical role of adenovirus and SV40 in illuminating the molecular basis of retinoblastoma gene product (pRb) and p53 by: Handbook of Cell and Organ Culture, 2nd.
Burgess, Minneapolis. Merchant, D.J., and J.V. Neel [ed.] In vitro transformation of normal cells by polyoma virus. Nature See and H. Green. Quantitative studies of the growth of mouse embryo cells in culture and their development into established cell lines.
The giant cells of the rodent placenta have presented a special topic of study for many investigators. These cells, which form the primary site of attachment to the endometrium, can be grown in vitro (Copp, ).
Their development begins at the abembryonic pole of trophoblast and then spreads towards the embryo (+/- 4dpc). This stimulation of cell division by the early gene products of virus can lead to transformation if the viral DNA becomes stably integrated and expressed in a non permissive cells.
The early region proteins of SV 40 and polyoma virus induce transformation by interacting with host proteins that regulate cell division. As early asit was reported that infection of myoblasts with polyoma or SV40 viruses and subsequent induction of differentiation yielded myotubes that reentered the cell cycle, synthesizing DNA and undergoing mitosis.
25,26 However, since the polyoma and SV40 viruses are unable to infect non-dividing cells, the infections had to be Cited by: 2. Cocarcinogenesis in hamster embryo cells, a concept previously described with the Rauscher leukemia virus-infected rat embryo cell lines is explored by Casto et al.
Pretreatment of hamster cells in. vitro with carcinogenic polycyclic hydrocarbons markedly enhanced the trans- formation of these cells by an oncogenic adenovirus (SA7). Cells transformed by oncogenic viruses have lower serum growth requirements than do normal cells. 31 For example, 3T3 fibroblasts transformed by SV40, 32 polyoma, 33 murine sarcoma virus, 33 or Rous sarcoma virus 34 are all able to grow in a culture medium that lacks certain serum growth factors, whereas uninfected cells are by: 5.
Included in the group are three parvoviruses (Kilham rat virus, H-1 virus, and minute virus of mice), polyoma virus, and the hantaviruses. The hantaviruses are a group of closely related viruses that occur primarily in wild rodents but that also have been found in laboratory rats, mainly in Japan and Europe.
Cell culture technology is considered one of the major breakthroughs in the life sciences. This technology involves the removal of cells, tissues or organs from an animal or plant and their subsequent placement into an artificial environment conducive to their survival and/or proliferation [1–7].The optimal environmental conditions required for cell growth are a controlled temperature, a.
Enter search terms. Keep search filters New search. Advanced search. Various focus assay systems have been developed thus far, including those using C3H mouse fibroblasts, BALB/3T3 mouse embryo fibroblasts, C3H/10T 1/2 mouse embryo fibroblasts, rat embryo cells, rat embryo cells expressing an endoge- nous oncorna virus, hamster BHK cells, guinea pig embryo cells, and human skin fibroblast KD cells (Kakunaga.
They first transformed chicken embryo fibroblasts with a mutant of Rous sarcoma virus (ts-RSV) that caused temperature-sensitive oncogenic transformation. Steve Martin had previously shown that in such cells, the V-SRC oncogene was required for both the initiation and the Cited by: 1.
The present invention relates to protein expression systems and in particular to rodent cell expression systems utilising Polyoma Virus and Epstein Barr Virus elements. The invention utilises the large T antigen and origin of replication of polyoma virus and the EBV nuclear antigen-1 (EBNA-1) and EBV origin of replication from EBV.
The present invention provides a rodent cell line with Author: N-A松斯特伦, R库纳普拉朱. This 2nd revised edition equals the popular 1st edition in providing a clear and detailed overview of cell culture.
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In addition, siRNA expression in TAg-transformed rat F cells caused a dramatic reversal of the cells' transformed morphology on plastic, a characteristic previously shown to be very sensitive to low levels of expression of oncogenes such as TAg or the middle tumor antigen of polyoma virus (Raptis et al., ; Grammatikakis et al., ).
Embryo fibroblasts derived from chickens and ducks, but not rats, could deplete media of factors required for their proliferation, 20, 21 and all three, when infected with RSV or a murine sarcoma virus (MuSV), could proliferate to higher saturation densities when serum was limiting than could their uninfected parents.
21 Transformed CEF cells. A notable exception is the work by Rous and Murphy who aroundstudied the growth of rat sarcoma cells in the chorioallantoic membranes of chick embryos. These tumor cells grew quite well during the incubation period of the eggs but were rejected around the time of hatching and this was accompanied by the appearance of lymphoid cells.
Detection of virus growth inDetection of virus growth in cell culturecell culture Cytopathic effect Metabolic inhibition Hemadsorption Interference Transformation immunofluorescence Neuro2a cells infected with street virus CV x x BHK 21 cells infected with rabies virus Roseng L and Rivedal E () Effect of glucocorticoids on TPA-induced inhibition of gap-junctional communication and morphological transformation in Syrian hamster embryo cells, Cancer Letters, /(93)U,(), Online publication date: 1-AugCited by: Carolyn Green ( - ).
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The scatter factor/hepatocyte growth factor (SF/HGF) is a multifunctional growth factor capable of inducing scattering, proliferation, and branching morphogenesis of various epithelial cells (Weidner et al., ). The initial event in SF/HGF signaling involves its binding to the c-MET tyrosine kinase receptor.
In addition, initiation and promotion have been demonstrated in rat liver, rat colon, rat bladder, rat mammary gland, rat stomach, and rat esophagus.
Initiation and promotion of neoplastic cell transformation have also been demonstrated in vitro in mouse and rat cell culture systems (Table ).
The most typical (4 of 5 samples, 80%) amino acid transformation was D66H, which AZ inhibitor database is connected with enhanced cells tropism, and therefore most likely a viral fitness benefit, compared to various other variants.
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Cells (1×10 3 cells/well) were plated in a well plate in culture medium containing % agarose (BRL, Gaithersburg, Md.) overlying a % agarose layer. The cells were then incubated at 37° C. for 5 weeks, after which the plates were stained with p-iodonitrotetrazolium violet (1 mg/ml) for 48 h at 37° C.
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