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19:23 EDT 21st October 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Immune response to Vi-antigen of Salmonella typhi is dependent on introduction of positive charge and shape of charged group into polysaccharide.

A model of a controlled conversion of polysaccharide Vi-antigen of S. typhi into zwitterionic antigen is proposed. The immunological properties of modifications of this antigen conjugated to a protein support were studied.


A gene cluster at an unusual chromosomal location responsible for the novel O-antigen synthesis in Escherichia coli O62 by the ABC transporter-dependent pathway.

The O-antigen is a part of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria and is related to bacterial virulence. It is one of the most variable cell constituents, and its structural diversity is almost entirely due to genetic variation of the O-antigen gene cluster. In this study, the O-antigen structure of Escherichia coli O62 was elucidated by chemical analysis and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, but showing not consistent with the O-antigen gene cluster between conserved genes galF and gnd reporte...

Specific Identification of Glycoproteins Bearing the Tn Antigen in Human Cells.

Glycoproteins contain a wealth of valuable information regarding the development and disease status of cells. In cancer cells, some glycans (such as the Tn antigen) are highly up-regulated, but this remains largely unknown for glycoproteins with a particular glycan. Herein, an innovative method combining enzymatic and chemical reactions was first designed to enrich glycoproteins with the Tn antigen. Using synthetic glycopeptides with O-GalNAc (the Tn antigen) or O-GlcNAc, we demonstrated that the method is ...


A Case of a Newborn With Blocked RhD Antigen and HDFN.

A group O RhD-negative pregnant patient with anti-D antibody at titer 1:2048 delivered a baby boy by cesarean section at 38 + 6 weeks gestational age. The neonate typed as group O, but D antigen was at first uncertain. DAT and antibody screen of newborn were both positive. Various assays were used for D antigen determination. Ultimately, D antigen blocked by high-titer maternal anti-D antibody was confirmed. Total bilirubin of the newborn was 52.7 umol/L, and hemoglobin was 1.46 mg/dL. O RhD-negative red ce...

Immune Correlates of Hepatitis B surface antigen spontaneous seroconversion in Hepatitis B e Antigen negative chronic hepatitis B patients.

Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) seroconversion in HBeAg-ve chronic hepatitis B (CHB) infection is rare, possibly due to poor antigen processing and impaired humoral response. We investigated the role of dendritic cells (DCs), T follicular helper (TFH) cells and plasma B cells in seroconversion.

Protein Arrays II: Antigen Arrays.

Antigen arrays are fabricated using various antigens such as DNA, histones, synthetic peptides, recombinant proteins, or cell extracts to detect autoantibodies in autoimmune diseases, alloantibodies in transplantation, drug-induced antibodies or cancer-induced antibodies in blood or cell culture supernatant. In this protocol, we will provide a step-by-step executable procedure to perform antigen arrays, including antigen preparation and printing, blocking, sample loading, array detection, imaging, and data ...

Using antigen-specific B cells to combine antibody and T-cell based cancer immunotherapy.

Cancer immunotherapy by therapeutic activation of T cells has demonstrated clinical potential. Approaches include checkpoint inhibitors and chimeric antigen receptor T cells. Here, we report the development of an alternative strategy for cellular immunotherapy that combines induction of a tumor-directed T-cell response and antibody secretion without the need for genetic engineering. CD40 ligand stimulation of murine tumor antigen-specific B cells, isolated by antigen-biotin tetramers, resulted in the devel...

Percent decrease of serum prostate-specific antigen after dutasteride administration is equivalent in men with clinical benign prostatic hyperplasia having baseline prostate-specific antigen >10 ng/mL and those having baseline prostate-specific antigen 2.5-10 ng/mL.

Trivalent CAR T-cells Overcome Interpatient Antigenic Variability in Glioblastoma.

Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common primary malignant brain cancer, and is currently incurable. Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-cells have shown promise in GBM treatment. While we have shown that combinatorial targeting of two glioma antigens offsets antigen escape and enhances T-cell effector functions, the inter-patient variability in surface antigen expression between patients hinders the clinical impact of targeting two antigen pairs. This study addresses targeting 3 antigens using a single CAR T-ce...

Not a barrier but a key: How bacteriophages exploit host's O-antigen as an essential receptor to initiate infection.

Tailed bacteriophages specific for Gram-negative bacteria encounter lipopolysaccharide (LPS) during the first infection steps. Yet, it is not well understood how biochemistry of these initial interactions relates to subsequent events orchestrating phage adsorption and tail rearrangements to initiate cell entry. For many phages, long O-antigen chains found on the LPS of smooth bacterial strains serve as essential receptor recognized by their tailspike proteins (TSP). Many TSP are depolymerases and O-antigen ...

An improved gold nanoparticle probe-based assay for HCV core antigen ultrasensitive detection.

A gold nanoparticle probe-based assay (GNPA) was developed for ultrasensitive detection of Hepatitis C virus (HCV) core antigen. In the GNPA, after anti-HCV core antigen polyclonal antibodies and single-stranded barcode signal DNA were labeled on gold nanoparticle probe (NP), DNA enzyme was used to degrade the unbound barcode DNAs. The anti-HCV core antigen monoclonal antibodies were coated on magnetic microparticles probe (MMP). Then the NP-HCV core antigen-MMP sandwich immuno-complex was formed when the t...

Prostate-specific antigen decline pattern in advanced prostate cancer receiving androgen deprivation therapy and relationship with prostate-specific antigen progression.

The aim of this study is to evaluate prostate-specific antigen decline pattern including prostate-specific antigen kinetics following androgen deprivation therapy on prostate-specific antigen progression in the patients with advanced prostate cancer.

Use of cancer antigen 125, cancer antigen 19-9, and the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio to diagnose mature cystic teratoma with torsion.

To determine the efficacy of serum levels of cancer antigen 125 (CA125) and cancer antigen 19-9 (CA19-9), and the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) for diagnosis of mature cystic teratoma (MCT) with torsion.

VpreB serves as an invariant surrogate antigen for selecting immunoglobulin antigen-binding sites.

Developmental checkpoints eliminate B cells that synthesize defective immunoglobulin (Ig) heavy (HC) and light (LC) chains. The first checkpoint tests μHCs paired with VpreB/λ5 in a pre-B cell receptor (pre-BCR) to determine whether the μHC will be able to bind conventional LCs to form membrane IgM. VpreB and λ5 also create a sensing site that interacts with the μHC antigen-binding region complementarity-determining region (CDR)-H3; however, whether this site contributes to Ig repertoire selection and ...

Dysregulation of the MEK/ERK/MNK1 signaling cascade by middle T antigen of the trichoydsplasia spinulosa polyomavirus.

Trichodysplasia spinulosa (TS) is a disfiguring folliculocentric cutaneous disease caused by infection with the trichodysplasia spinulosa polyomavirus (TSPyV). The TSPyV genome contains splice variants encoding the middle tumor (mT) antigen, although the potential role for TSPyV mT antigen in disease development remains unknown.

IgG3-antigen complexes are deposited on follicular dendritic cells in the presence of C1q and C3.

IgG3, passively administered together with small proteins, induces enhanced primary humoral responses against these proteins. We previously found that, within 2 h of immunization, marginal zone (MZ) B cells capture IgG3-antigen complexes and transport them into splenic follicles and that this requires the presence of complement receptors 1 and 2. We have here investigated the localization of IgG3 anti-2, 4, 6-trinitrophenyl (TNP)/biotin-ovalbumin-TNP immune complexes in the follicles and the involvement o...

A 99mTc-labelled scFv antibody fragment that binds to prostate-specific membrane antigen.

Prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) is an extensively studied antigen for imaging prostate cancer. We prepared a single-chain variable fragment (scFv) of J591, a monoclonal antibody that recognises an external epitope of PSMA, incorporating a His-tag for labelling with Tc tricarbonyl, and evaluated its binding using human PCa cell lines.

Detection and Enrichment of Rare Antigen-specific B Cells for Analysis of Phenotype and Function.

B cells reactive with a specific antigen usually occur at a frequency of

Role of quantitative hepatitis B surface antigen in predicting inactive carriers and HBsAg seroclearance in HBeAg-negative chronic hepatitis B patients.

To evaluate quantitative hepatitis B surface antigen (qHBsAg) as a diagnostic marker for inactive carriers (ICs) and hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) seroclearance in hepatitis B e antigen (HBeAg)-negative chronic hepatitis B (CHB) patients. We retrospectively studied 300 HBeAg-negative CHB patients with initial serum hepatitis B virus (HBV) Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) levels

The TLR2 Binding Neisserial Porin PorB Enhances Antigen Presenting Cell Trafficking and Cross-presentation.

TOLL-like receptor (TLR) ligands activate both innate and adaptive immune cells, while modulating the cellular immune response. The outer membrane protein (OMP) from Neisseria meninigitidis, PorB, is a naturally occurring TLR2 ligand and functions as an adjuvant. Here, we demonstrate that PorB increases the level of OVA in the endo-/lysosomal cellular compartment of BMDCs, increases antigen presenting cell (APC) trafficking to draining lymph nodes, and enhances antigen cross-presentation. PorB is capable of...

Salmonella O48 Serum Resistance is Connected with the Elongation of the Lipopolysaccharide O-Antigen Containing Sialic Acid.

Complement is one of the most important parts of the innate immune system. Some bacteria can gain resistance against the bactericidal action of complement by decorating their outer cell surface with lipopolysaccharides (LPSs) containing a very long O-antigen or with specific outer membrane proteins. Additionally, the presence of sialic acid in the LPS molecules can provide a level of protection for bacteria, likening them to human cells, a phenomenon known as molecular mimicry. Salmonella O48, which contain...

The structure of a LAIR1-containing human antibody reveals a novel mechanism of antigen recognition.

Antibodies are critical components of the human adaptive immune system, providing versatile scaffolds to display diverse antigen binding surfaces. Nevertheless, most antibodies have similar architectures, with the variable immunoglobulin domains of the heavy and light chain each providing three hypervariable loops, which are varied to generate diversity. The recent identification of a novel class of antibody in humans from malaria endemic regions of Africa was therefore surprising as one hypervariable loop ...

A case-control study on association of proteasome subunit beta 8 (PSMB8) and transporter associated with antigen processing 1 (TAP1) polymorphisms and their transcript levels in vitiligo from Gujarat.

Autoimmunity has been implicated in the destruction of melanocytes from vitiligo skin. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class-II linked genes proteasome subunit beta 8 (PSMB8) and transporter associated with antigen processing 1 (TAP1), involved in antigen processing and presentation have been reported to be associated with several autoimmune diseases including vitiligo.

Deciphering antigen-responding antibody repertoires by using next-generation sequencing and confirming them through antibody-gene synthesis.

Vast diversity and high specificity of antigen recognition by antibodies are hallmarks of the acquired immune system. Although the molecular mechanisms that yield the extremely large antibody repertoires are precisely understood, comprehensive description of the global antibody repertoire generated in individual bodies has been hindered by the lack of powerful measures. To obtain holistic understanding of the antibody-repertoire space, we used next-generation sequencing (NGS) to analyze the deep profiles of...

Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma With High Radiotracer Uptake in 68Ga-Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen PET/CT.

Prostate-specific membrane antigen imaging with PET/CT is increasingly used in prostate cancer and was shown to have a high diagnostic performance. We report a clinical case of a 67-year-old man with previous history of operated prostate cancer and increasing prostate-specific antigen blood level. Ga-HBED-CC prostate-specific membrane antigen PET/CT imaging was indicated for the assessment of local recurrence and lymph node metastases of prostate cancer. In addition, a soft tissue mass in the body of the pa...


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