Developmental progression of equine immunoglobulin heavy chain variable region diversity. CD5 lo B cells represent the majority of the B cell population at all developmental stages and increase in proportion in the peripheral blood with development, consistent with B2 cells described in other species. Materials and methods 2. B1 cells contribute to homeostasis by promoting efferocytosis Chen et al. B1 and B2 cells in mice have distinct gene expression profiles including those coding for surface molecules, signaling molecules, transcription factors, and molecules involved in cell metabolism Tumang et al.
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Positive gates were set based on staining with isotype negative controls, and a fluorescence-minus-one control antibody cocktail without PC-FITC. This study shows developmental characteristics and tissue distribution of a newly described subpopulation of B cells in the horse.
In mice, B1 cells are produced in the fetal liver and populate mainly the peritoneal and pleural cavities, with a small population in the xxp Montecino-Rodriguez and Dorshkind, and Baumgarth, CD2 is involved in cell adhesion and activation Moingeon et al.
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Human B1 cells are CD B1 cells in the mouse were initially identified based on the expression of CD5, and the unique functional characteristic of spontaneous secretion of IgM Hayakawa et al. Using the gate strategies in Fig. IL production by CD5 B cells.
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Somatic hypermutation in peritoneal B1b cells. Therefore, in this study, we included the equine fetal liver as the source of leukocytes for the fetal stage of life, but not for the foal and adult horse since hepatic hematopoietic activity is decreased in these groups. B cells that predominantly arise in the early phases of B lymphopoiesis in the fetus are termed B1 cells Godin et al.
Developmental expression of B cell molecules in equine lymphoid tissues
Peripheral development of B cells in mouse and man. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Further studies are necessary to determine if the greater expression of CD21 in CD5 hi B cells results in any functional roles, such as increased efficiency capturing igw complexes. Different types of lymphoid tissues were sampled by age groups because of their availability and accessibility. In addition to describing the phenotype of CD5 hi B cells with surface molecule expression, CD5 hi and CD5 lo B cells were tested for genes known to be differentially expressed by subpopulations of B cells Supplemental Fig.
The diversity of the lambda light chain repertoire of CD5 hi and CD5 lo B cells was examined as a molecular marker of function. Pre-B and B cells in rabbits. Effects of repeated daily injections of prostaglandin F2alpha on ovaries in mares. The purpose of this study was to test how aspects of ontogeny, phenotype, tissue distribution, and function characterize equine B cells.
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Further studies are needed to determine other functional similarities attributed to equine CD5 hi B cells, primarily self-renewal, the ability to spontaneously secrete Ig, isotype-switch, secrete IL, efficiently stimulate T cells, respond to BCR-crosslinking, and develop down stream signaling events such as tonic intracellular signaling.
Frequency of B cells expressing CD5 molecule during development A Representative dot plots showing the flow cytometric gating strategy to measure the frequency of CD5 hi B cells. Co-expression of B cell markers in CD5 hi iigs CD5 lo B cells in the peripheral blood during development A Gating strategy to measure the co-expression of B cell markers in the peripheral igw during development. Diversity of the CDR3, which comes in contact with antigen and contains the greatest degree of sequence diversity, is influenced by both combinatorial and junctional diversity.
The pre-immune Ig receptor repertoire develops during fetal life in the absence of exogenous antigens in the primary lymphoid tissues Sun et al. A second population of murine B1 cells that lacked the expression of CD5 but otherwise was identical for the other phenotypic markers was subsequently identified Stall et al.
B-1 and B-2 cell-derived immunoglobulin M antibodies are nonredundant components of the protective response to influenza virus infection. In our study, CD5 hi B cells represented a larger proportion of B cells in the PBL of the foal when compared to the adult horse, similarly to how B1 cells Hayakawa et al.
Novel roles for murine complement receptors type 1 and 2 I. Three-way comparisons were treated as unpaired. Innate and acquired immunity in atherogenesis.
CD4 and CD8 monoclonal antibodies were used to exclude the T cell population in the analysis, since they are available in purified form for RPE conjugation. Expression and ontogeny of murine CD2. Single cell suspensions were made from fetal liver and adult horse spleen by pressing the tissue through a metal mesh size 80 mesh, Sigma-Aldrich, St.