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murine colonic adenocarcinoma cell line CT26.WT
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Pages: 704-707
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: The Journal of Practical Medicine

Keyword:  Colorectal neoplasmsLymphocyteDC cellAntigen presentation;
Abstract: Objective To explore the antigen presentation of CT26.WT via intra-peritoneal injection. Methods The intra-peritoneal injection model was made via injecting cell suspensions in mice. The spleen was isolated from BALB/c mice toco-culture with CT26.WT to detect tumor-killed ability. Phenotype identification methods and CCK8 massy were used to measure the ability of antigen presentation and stimulate T lymphocyte proliferation. IHC was used to detect the expression of B7H4 in normal and tumor tissues. Results Along with the extension of intra-peritoneal injection, the surviving number of cells was increased, contrary to the apoptosis. DC cells failed in maturation and impaired in stimulating T lymphocyte proliferation. B7H4 was higher in tumor tissues. Conclusions With the extension of intra-peritoneal injection, the mature DC cells were scared in number, resulting in the impairement of antigen-presentation. Moreover, the higher B7H4 expression in tumor tissues led to the lack of second signals which may stimulate T cells. Consequently, the ability of T cells in killing tumor cells was decreased so that they escape immunosurveillance.
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