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Publication type: Journal Article
Document type: Proceedings Paper

Year: 1998

Author(s): Pescovitz, MD; Book, BK; Aasted, B; Dominguez, J; Ezquerra, A; Trebichavsky, I; Novikov, B; Valpotic, I; Nielsen, J; Arn, S; Sachs, DH; Lunney, JK; Boyd, PC; Walker, J; Lee, R; Lackovic, G; Kirkham, P; Parkhouse, RM; Saalmüller, A

Title: Analyses of monoclonal antibodies reacting with porcine CD3: results from the Second International Swine CD Workshop.

Source: Vet Immunol Immunopathol (60), 3-4 261-268.



Authors Vetmeduni Vienna:

Saalmüller Armin


Abstract:
Among the 57 monoclonal antibodies (mAb) analyzed within the T-cell group from the Second Swine CD Workshop, six mAb fell within clusters T10 and T11 (No. 088, STH164; No. 148, FY1A3; No. 149, FY2C1; No. 150, FY1H2; No. 151, FY2A11; No. 169, BB23-8E6), The mAb within these two groups gave a similar appearance on flow cytometry and stained all peripheral blood T-cells as defined by CD4 and wCD8 staining, All six mAb precipitated a 24 kDa protein. On the basis of inhibition analyses performed as part of the workshop and fi om published data, the mAb define at least three epitopes. There is only minimal stimulation of resting peripheral lymphocytes, but four of the mAb produce strong stimulation in the presence of PMA. With the exception of STH164, all have been shown to react with CD3 epsilon-transfected COS cells. The new mAb, therefore, react with three epitopes on porcine CD3 epsilon designated CD3a (BB23-8E6, FY2A11), CD3b (FY1A3, FY2C1), and CD3c (FY1H2). mAb STH164 appears to be reactive with another epitope, however, since its reactivity with CD3 has not been confirmed it is designated as wCD3. (C) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V.

Keywords Pubmed: Animals - : Antibodies, Monoclonal - analysis : Antigen-Antibody Reactions - analysis : Antigens, CD3 - immunology : Flow Cytometry - veterinary : Lymphocyte Activation - veterinary : Swine - immunology

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