Anti-CD5 monoclonal antibody [FITC] (DMABT-45229MS)

Mouse Anti-Sheep CD5 monoclonal antibody for FC

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Ovine thymocytes


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FCM: Neat - 1/10
*Suggested working dilutions are given as a guide only. It is recommended that the user titrates the product for use in their own experiment using appropriate negative and positive controls.


Alternative Names
T1; LEU1
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Manipulation of Gut Microbiota Influences Immune Responses, Axon Preservation, and Motor Disability in a Model of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis


Authors: Mestre, Leyre; Javier Carrillo-Salinas, Francisco; Mecha, Miriam; Feliu, Ana; Espejo, Carmen; Carlos Alvarez-Cermeno, Jose; Maria Villar, Luisa; Guaza, Carmen

Gut microbiota dysbiosis has been implicated in MS and other immune diseases, although it remains unclear how manipulating the gut microbiota may affect the disease course. Using a well-established model of progressive MS triggered by intracranial infection with Theiler's murine encephalomyelitis virus (TMEV), we sought to determine whether dysbiosis induced by oral antibiotics (ABX) administered on pre-symptomatic and symptomatic phases of the disease influences its course. We also addressed the effects of microbiota recolonization after ABX withdrawn in the presence or absence of probiotics. Central and peripheral immunity, plasma acetate and butyrate levels, axon damage and motor disability were evaluated. The cocktail of ABX prevented motor dysfunction and limited axon damage in mice, which had fewer CD4(+) and CD8(+) T cells in the CNS, while gut microbiota recolonization worsened motor function and axonal integrity. The underlying mechanisms of ABX protective effects seem to involve CD4(+)CD39(+) T cells and CD5(+)CD1d(+) B cells into the CNS. In addition, microglia adopted a round amoeboid morphology associated to an anti-inflammatory gene profile in the spinal cord of TMEV mice administered ABX. The immune changes in the spleen and mesenteric lymph nodes were modest, yet ABX treatment of mice limited IL-17 production ex vivo. Collectively, our results provide evidence of the functional relevance of gut microbiota manipulation on the neurodegenerative state and disease severity in a model of progressive MS and reinforce the role of gut microbiota as target for MS treatment.

Primary cutaneous gamma delta T-cell lymphoma with unusual immunophenotype: A case report and review of published work


Authors: Kamijo, Hiroaki; Miyagaki, Tomomitsu; Norimatsu, Yurie; Awaji, Kentaro; Oka, Tomonori; Suga, Hiraku; Sugaya, Makoto; Sato, Shinichi

Primary cutaneous gamma delta T-cell lymphoma (CGD-TCL) is a rare form of primary cutaneous lymphoma. The histopathological features of CGD-TCL are still unclear because of its rarity. Here, we report a case of a 77-year-old Japanese man who presented with a 9-month history of erythematous plaques on his left forearm. Skin biopsy specimens revealed the infiltration of atypical medium/large-sized lymphocytes from the epidermis to the deep dermis. Atypical lymphocytes were positive for CD3, CD5, CD8 and V delta 1, and negative for CD4, CD7, CD56, EBER-ISH, intracellular antigen-1, granzyme B and perforin. CD30 was partially expressed. We also reviewed 246 cases of CGD-TCL from the published work. CD4(-)CD8(-) double-negative cases were 113 of 196 cases (57.6%), followed by CD4(-)CD8(+) cases (52/196, 26.5%). CD5 was expressed in 25.8% of the cases (34/132). At least one cytotoxic molecule marker was expressed in 150 of 160 cases (93.8%). Some cases showed an indolent clinical course, especially in mycosis fungoides-like CGD-TCL cases. CD5 positivity and lack of cytotoxic molecule expression could be associated with a better prognosis. In addition, CD30 expression was found in approximately half of CGD-TCL cases (51/112 cases), suggesting that brentuximab vedotin could be a good treatment option for such patients. Further studies with more cases with detailed clinical and pathological information are necessary to elucidate the etiology and prognostic markers of this entity.

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