Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging

Graham Pawelec, Jon Tolson, Erminia Mariani, Simona Neri, Rafael Solana, Olga Dela Rosa, Rosalyn Forsey, Anis Larbi, Yvonne Barnett, Tamas Fülöp

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This chapter discusses techniques for the production and maintenance of human T cell clones, their growth characteristics and longevity in vitro, culture age-associated changes of parameters such as telomere lengths, DNA damage, and so on. Cloning peripheral T cells from young healthy donors can be performed with a high cloning efficiency (CE), suggesting that these particular cloning conditions are favorable for outgrowth of a majority of T cells. The CE was equally high when the cells were derived from a patient with chronic myelogenous leukemia, a donor putatively subjected to a high level of antigenic stress. CE was also similar in the extra-thymic T cell differentiation cultures employed. According to the protocol for cloning, for ease of handling and as a precaution against contamination, stack plates and aluminum foil should be used. Incubate for about a week and then examine the plates using an inverted microscope. T cell functions are mediated by intracellular signaling via surface receptors such as the antigen receptor and the costimulator CD28 from the membrane through the cytoplasm to the nucleus.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Models for Human Aging
PublisherElsevier Inc.
Pages781-792
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9780123693914
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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T-cells
Cloning
Cell culture
Organism Cloning
Clone Cells
Aging of materials
T-Lymphocytes
Tissue Donors
Aluminum foil
Antigen Receptors
Telomere
Leukemia, Myelogenous, Chronic, BCR-ABL Positive
Aluminum
DNA Damage
Cell Differentiation
Cytoplasm
Microscopes
Contamination
Cell Culture Techniques
Membranes

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  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)

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Pawelec, G., Tolson, J., Mariani, E., Neri, S., Solana, R., Dela Rosa, O., ... Fülöp, T. (2006). Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging. In Handbook of Models for Human Aging (pp. 781-792). Elsevier Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-012369391-4/50067-9

Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging. / Pawelec, Graham; Tolson, Jon; Mariani, Erminia; Neri, Simona; Solana, Rafael; Dela Rosa, Olga; Forsey, Rosalyn; Larbi, Anis; Barnett, Yvonne; Fülöp, Tamas.

Handbook of Models for Human Aging. Elsevier Inc., 2006. p. 781-792.

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Pawelec, G, Tolson, J, Mariani, E, Neri, S, Solana, R, Dela Rosa, O, Forsey, R, Larbi, A, Barnett, Y & Fülöp, T 2006, Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging. in Handbook of Models for Human Aging. Elsevier Inc., pp. 781-792. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-012369391-4/50067-9
Pawelec G, Tolson J, Mariani E, Neri S, Solana R, Dela Rosa O et al. Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging. In Handbook of Models for Human Aging. Elsevier Inc. 2006. p. 781-792 https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-012369391-4/50067-9
Pawelec, Graham ; Tolson, Jon ; Mariani, Erminia ; Neri, Simona ; Solana, Rafael ; Dela Rosa, Olga ; Forsey, Rosalyn ; Larbi, Anis ; Barnett, Yvonne ; Fülöp, Tamas. / Human T Cell Clones in Long-Term Culture as Models for the Impact of Chronic Antigenic Stress in Aging. Handbook of Models for Human Aging. Elsevier Inc., 2006. pp. 781-792
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