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Transcription profile of CD103- vs CD103+ dendritic cells derived from CX3CR1+c-kit+- bone marrow cells (M1993 M2067)


ABSTRACT: We hypothesize that under homeostatic as well as inflammatory conditions circulating monocytes and/or their bone marrow-derived progenitors might contribute to the replenishment of CD103+ and CD103- DC in lymphoid and non-lymphoid compartments. To that end, bone marrow cells from CX3CR1+/gfp C57BL/6 mice were sorted as follows: lineage negative (CD3, CD19, NK1.1, Ter119, Ly6G and CD11c) CX3CR1+c-kit+. Sorted cells were further cultured in vitro under the continuous presence of GM-CSF. lin-CX3CR1+c-kit+ bone marrow cells gave rise to CD103+ and CD103- DC in vitro. To test whether CD103 might be a suitable marker that allows the differentiation of functionally distinct DC subsets generated in vitro, CD11c+CD103+ and CD11c+CD103- DC were sorted from day 5 cultures of lin-CX3CR1+c-kit+ cells and analyzed by whole mouse genome microarrays from Agilent technologies. Compared to CD103+ DC, CD103- DC displayed a strong up-regulation of transcripts for genes involved in innate immunity, whereas those involved in costimulation were down-modulated. Our data suggest distinct functional activity of these two DC subsets. Keywords: Transcriptional profiling-Cell type comparison We compared the transcriptional profile of CD11c+CD103+ and CD11c+CD103- dendritic cells by use of Agilent Whole Mouse Genome Microarrays. Two sets of samples were generated independently as real biological replicates. The microarray analysis was performed as a dual-color experiment, including a dye-swap.

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Maria L del Rio   Michael Kracht  Steffen Jung  Jasmin Bölter  Oliver Dittrich-Breiholz  Jose-Ignacio Rodriguez-Barbosa  Matthias Ballmaier  Reinhold Förster 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-10882 | ArrayExpress | 2008-12-17

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE10882PRJNA107275

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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CX3CR1+ c-kit+ bone marrow cells give rise to CD103+ and CD103- dendritic cells with distinct functional properties.

del Rio Maria-Luisa ML   Rodriguez-Barbosa Jose-Ignacio JI   Bölter Jasmin J   Ballmaier Matthias M   Dittrich-Breiholz Oliver O   Kracht Michael M   Jung Steffen S   Förster Reinhold R  

Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950) 20081101 9


Dendritic cells (DC) represent a rather heterogeneous cell population with regard to morphology, phenotype, and function and, like most cells of the immune system, are subjected to a continuous renewal process. CD103(+) (integrin alpha(E)) DC have been identified as a major mucosal DC subset involved in the induction of tissue-specific homing molecules on T cells, but little is known about progenitors able to replenish this DC subset. Herein we report that lineage (lin)(-)CX(3)CR1(+)c-kit(+) (GF  ...[more]

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