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Microenvironmental regulation of early T cell development
Benjamin Christopher Harman
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Medical School, Department of Anatomy, 2003.
|Statement||by Benjamin Christopher Harman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
Cell-seeded implants are a regenerative medicine strategy that aims to replace injured tissue and restore tissue function. Pluripotent stem cells are promising cell candidates for the development of regenerative medicine therapies as they have the ability to self-renew and commit towards numerous cell types. In vivo, stem cells reside in a dynamic niche, a stem cell-specific . Gavin, M. A. et al. Single-cell analysis of normal and FOXP3-mutant human T cells: FOXP3 expression without regulatory T cell development. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA , – ().
Overview; During the thymic stages of T-cell development the cells commit to the T-cell lineage, begin expressing functional T-cell Receptor and T-cell Coreceptor, thus differentiating into CD4+ or CD8+ T-cells.T-cells enter the thymus at its cortex and as they differentiate through the following stages they migrate toward the thymic medulla. The cell counts in the SGZ and granule cell layer of the dentate gyrus revealed that there was % reduction in the cells that incorporated BrdU cells in Prnp 0/0 mice when compared with the.
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Microenvironmental regulation of metastasis. and could even reverse the malignant phenotype of neoplastic epithelial cells During early tumour development, however, the protective constraints of the microenvironment are overridden by conditions such as chronic inflammation, and the local tissue microenvironment shifts to a growth Cited by: T cell development in the thymus occurs through a series of events beginning with thymic colonization by migrant precursors and ending with the emigration of functionally competent CD4 + and CD8 + T cells to the periphery.
It is well accepted that signals through the pre-T cell receptor (pre-TCR) and alpha-beta TCR (αβ TCR) complex play pivotal roles in the maturation of CD4 − 8 − and Cited by: T cells develop in the thymus from blood-borne progenitors derived from haematopoietic tissues. Amongst the mechanisms by which stromal cells in thymic and prethymic tissues influence lymphoid progenitors, recent attention has focussed on the importance of Notch signalling in early T cell by: Request PDF | Microenvironmental regulation of T cell development in the thymus | T cell development in the thymus occurs through a series of events beginning with.
As discussed, knowledge of such microenvironmental niches and of B-cell precursor populations has advanced our understanding of the spatiotemporal regulation of B-cell development. B-cell Cited by: Abstract. Lymphocyte development is a dynamic process in which committed lymphoid precursors progress through a series of defined maturational stages before generating B- and T-cells that express immunoglobulin and the T-cell receptor (TCR), respectively (1–4).This process is regulated by a variety of increasingly well-defined extracellular signals that influence the growth and.
Introduction. The “seed and soil” hypothesis of tumor growth dates back as early as , but during the past decades advances in identifying aberrances in oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes within tumor epithelial cells resulted in the ignorance of the role of the microenvironment in r, a tumor is much more than clusters of transformed cells standing alone.
Introduction. The ‘seed and soil’ hypothesis of tumor growth dates back as early as , but during the past decades advances in identifying aberrances in oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes within tumor epithelial cells resulted in the ignorance of the role of the microenvironment in r, a tumor is much more than clusters of transformed cells standing alone.
The identification of intestinal stem cells as well as their malignant counterparts, colon cancer stem cells, has undergone rapid development in recent years. Under physiological conditions. Microenvironment is crucial for T cell development.
The T cell developmental program depends on prolonged exposure of Notch1-expressing precursors to a stromal field that presents a strong Notch ligand to trigger Notch signaling, normally Delta-like 4 (Dll4) (Hozumi et al., b; Koch et al., ; Mohtashami et al., ).
Tumors arising from the ovarian surface epithelium (OSE) account for the vast majority of ovarian malignancies; however, the etiology of epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) remains poorly understood, 1 and the analysis of early events in ovarian carcinogenesis is limited by the relative lack of early-stage tumors for study.
The normal OSE is a single layer of mesodermally derived cells that. Altered microenvironmental regulation of leukemic and normal stem cells in chronic myelogenous leukemia Bin Zhang, 1 Yin Wei Ho, 1 Qin Huang, 2 Takahiro Maeda, 1 Allen Lin, 1 Sung-uk Lee, 1 Alan Hair, 3 Tessa L.
Holyoake, 3 Claudia Huettner, 4 and Ravi Bhatia 1. Blockade of microenvironmental BMP4 signals by ectopic expression of noggin, but also Smad4 deletion in mouse T cells, results in juvenile-polyposis-like polyp format Therapeutic response is significantly influenced by the TME. Although an increasing number of cancers can be treated successfully if detected at an early stage, the presence of disseminated disease or recurrence of the primary tumor still confer a poor patient prognosis 6, is due in part to the current paucity of effective therapeutic options in this setting.
   These cells are the target of alloreactive CD4 1 T cells in mouse models and patients with aGVHD. 14,15,32,33 However, a similar role for donor T cells in the development of BM. Title:Microenvironmental Regulation of Cancer Stem Cell Phenotypes VOLUME: 7 ISSUE: 3 Author(s):Daniela F.
Quail, Meghan J. Taylor and Lynne-Marie Postovit Affiliation:Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Western Ontario, Medical Sciences Building, Rm. London, Ontario, N6A 5C1, Canada.
Cellular and non-cellular components of the tumor microenvironment (TME) are emerging as key regulators of primary tumor progression, organ-specific metastasis, and therapeutic response.
In the era of TME-targeted- and immunotherapies, cancer-associated inflammation has gained increasing attention. In this regard, the brain represents a unique and highly specialized organ.
Down-regulation of miR in cancer cells leads to the up-regulation of B7-H3, a cell surface immunomodulatory glycoprotein that attenuates attack from natural killer cells and cytotoxic T cells.
As a result, cancer cells expressing lower levels of miR may escape detection by the immune system [. Recent evidence points to extra-telomeric, noncanonical roles for telomerase in regulating stem cell function. In this study, human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) were cultured in 20% or 2% O 2 microenvironments for up to 5 days and evaluated for telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) expression and telomerase activity.
Results showed increased cell survival and maintenance of the. MicroRNA s are arguably most important in T cells during the earliest and last stages in T‐cell biology. The first stages of early thymic differentiation have a crucial reliance on the microRNA network, while later stages and peripheral homeostasis are largely, although not completely, microRNA ‐independent.
identification and characterization of hematopoietic stem cells and develop mental stages associated with B- and T-cell development. Two advances have contributed to this progress. One is the ability to use constellations of cell-surface markers to provide extraordinary precision in the developmental characterization of individual cells.The brain tumor microenvironment (TME) is emerging as a critical regulator of cancer progression in primary and metastatic brain malignancies.
The unique properties of this organ require a specific framework for designing TME-targeted interventions. Here, we discuss a number of these distinct features, including brain-resident cell types, the blood-brain barrier, and various aspects of the.| Microenvironmental regulation of the metastatic cascade.
The tumor microenvironment of brain metastasis comprises different brain-resident and recruited cell types with cell-type and/or stage.