Anti-Cytokeratin Cocktail monoclonal antibody (DCAB-TJ019)

Mouse anti-Human Cytokeratin Cocktail monoclonal antibody for IHC, ICC


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Human epidermal keratin.


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Cytokeratin Cocktail


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Investigation of Cellular Function and DNA Integrity during 2D in vitro Culture of Human Salivary Gland Epithelial Cells


Authors: Burghartz, Marc; Taeger, Johannes; Metzger, Marco; Scherzad, Agmal; Gehrke, Thomas; Ickrath, Pascal; Kolb, Evelyn; Kleinsasser, Norbert; Hagen, Rudolf; Hackenberg, Stephan

In vitro culture of human salivary gland epithelial cells (SGEC) is still a challenge. A high quantity and quality of cells are needed for the cultivation of 3D matrices. Furthermore, it is known that DNA damage is supposed to be an important factor involved in carcinogenesis. This study investigates cellular function and DNA integrity of human SGEC during 3 passage steps in 2 groups (group 1: n = 10; group 2: n = 9). Cellular function was analyzed by immunofluorescence, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR). DNA integrity was tested via the comet assay. Immunohistochemistry and qPCR results showed stable alpha-amylase and pan-cytokeratin levels; TEM revealed functional cells; and no significant DNA damage could be detected in the comet assay during 3 culture steps. The study shows that not only at cellular but also at DNA level human SGEC can be safely quantified over 3 passages for preclinical tissue engineering without loss of differentiation and function.

Polymorphonuclear MDSCs are enriched in the stroma and expanded in metastases of prostate cancer


Authors: Wen, Jiling; Huang, Gang; Liu, Sheng; Wan, Jun; Wang, Xuechun; Zhu, Yini; Kaliney, William; Zhang, Chao; Cheng, Liang; Wen, Xiaofei; Lu, Xin

Myeloid-derived suppressor cells with polymorphonuclear morphology (PMN-MDSCs) contribute to the progression and immune evasion of prostate cancer. However, the spatial distribution of tumor-infiltrating PMN-MDSCs in primary and metastatic prostate cancer, especially in the context of comparison between the epithelial and stromal compartments of the tumor, has not been characterized. Here, we describe a multicolor immunofluorescence staining study of 90 primary tumors, 37 lymph node metastases (all with matched primary tumors) and 35 bone metastases using archived samples. CD11b(+)CD15(+)cells were identified as PMN-MDSCs and pan-cytokeratin(+)cells were identified as prostate epithelial cells. We found that, in both primary tumor and metastases, PMN-MDSCs infiltrate much more readily in the stromal area compared with the epithelial area of the tumor regions. In comparison to the stromal area of primary tumors, the stromal area of either lymph node metastases or bone metastases was infiltrated with more PMN-MDSCs. In primary tumors, stromal PMN-MDSCs were associated with vascularization, segmented neutrophils, patient age and close juxtaposition to neoplastic epithelial cells. These results reveal the stroma rather than the epithelia of prostate cancer as the major hotbed for PMN-MDSCs and support the role of PMN-MDSCs in the metastatic progression of prostate cancer.

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