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Gene expression profile of influenza virus antigen-activated or in vitro stimulated murine CD8+ T cells on day 7


ABSTRACT: The precise timing and pathway of memory CD8+ T cells differentiation from naïve T cells have remained undetermined. We found the smaller cell-size and slower cell cycling cells were segregated from the proliferative larger cell-size activated T cell pool at the peak of infection. Gene signature of the smaller cell-size slower cycling cells and the large cell-size proliferative cells was compared to the signature of naïve, effector, central and effector memory CD8+ T cells. Total RNA samples were prepared from sorted populations of larger or smaller cell-sized cells from spleens of influenza virus PR8-OVA-infected mice on day 7 p.i. or from in vitro 7 days culture after stimulation with plate-bound anti-​CD3ε (1.0 μg ml−1) and anti-​CD28 mAb (0.5 μg ml−1). Effector T-cell control samples were prepared from SIINFEKL (100 ng ml−1) stimulated OT-I cells after 4 days of in vitro culture with rIL-2 (10 ng/ml) and sorted as CD8+​CD44hi​CD62Llo. Control bona fide effector memory and central memory T cells were sorted from the spleens of PR8-OVA-infected mice on day 42 p.i. Naive cells were sorted as CD8+​CD44lo​CD62Lhi cells from uninfected C57BL/6 mice.

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Wolfgang Weninger   Ichiko Kinjyo  Atsushi Doi  William Ritchie  Paulus Mrass  Jim Qin 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-48219 | ArrayExpress | 2015-02-25

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE48219PRJNA209299

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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The precise pathways of memory T-cell differentiation are incompletely understood. Here we exploit transgenic mice expressing fluorescent cell cycle indicators to longitudinally track the division dynamics of individual CD8(+) T cells. During influenza virus infection in vivo, naive T cells enter a CD62L(intermediate) state of fast proliferation, which continues for at least nine generations. At the peak of the anti-viral immune response, a subpopulation of these cells markedly reduces their cyc  ...[more]

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