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#29055227   2017/10/21 Save this To Up

Generation and characterization of human iPSC lines SANi001-A and SANi002-A from mobilized peripheral blood derived megakaryoblasts.

Mobilized peripheral blood (MPB) CD34+ cells were differentiated to CD34(+)/CD41(+) megakaryoblasts. Cells were sorted to obtain a pure megakaryoblast population which was reprogrammed with a hOKSM self-silencing polycistronic lentiviral vector. Resulting iPSC showed normal karyotype and expression of pluripotency associated markers and in vitro spontaneous differentiation towards the 3 germ layers confirmed pluripotency of iPSC lines. Besides normal iPSC applications, these lines can be used as a control line for other megakaryoid origin iPSC and could be applied for epigenetic based research.

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#29055225   2017/10/21 Save this To Up

Generation and characterization of a human iPSC line SANi005-A containing the gray platelet associated heterozygous mutation p.Q287* in GFI1B.

Peripheral blood mononuclear cells were isolated from an individual harboring a heterozygous c.859C→T p.Q287* mutation in GFI1B, causing an autosomal dominant bleeding disorder, platelet type, 17 (BDPLT17). PBMCs were differentiated to erythroblasts and reprogrammed by lentiviral delivery of a self-silencing hOKSM polycistronic vector. Pluripotency of iPSC line was confirmed by expression of associated markers and by in vitro spontaneous differentiation towards the 3 germ layers. Normal karyotype confirmed the genomic integrity of iPSCs and the presence of disease causing mutation was shown by Sanger sequencing. The generated iPSCs can be used to study BDPLT17 pathophysiology and basic functions of GFI1B.

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#29053694   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Use of a Recombinant Mosquito Densovirus As a Gene Delivery Vector for the Functional Analysis of Genes in Mosquito Larvae.

In vivo microinjection is the most commonly used gene transfer technique for analyzing the gene functions in individual mosquitoes. However, this method requires a more technically demanding operation and involves complicated procedures, especially when used in larvae due to their small size, relatively thin and fragile cuticle, and high mortality, which limit its application. In contrast, viral vectors for gene delivery have been developed to surmount extracellular and intracellular barriers. These systems have the advantages of easy manipulation, high gene transduction efficiency, long-term maintenance of gene expression, and the ability to produce persistent effects in vivo. Mosquito densoviruses (MDVs) are mosquito-specific, small single-stranded DNA viruses that can effectively deliver foreign nucleic acids into mosquito cells; however, the replacement or insertion of foreign genes to create recombinant viruses typically causes a loss of packaging and/or replication abilities, which is a barrier to the development of these viruses as delivery vectors. Herein, we report using an artificial intronic small-RNA expression strategy to develop a non-defective recombinant Aedes aegypti densovirus (AaeDV) in vivo delivery system. Detailed procedures for the construction, packaging and quantitative analysis of the rAaeDV vectors, and for larval infection are described. This study demonstrates, for the first time, the feasibility of developing a non-defective recombinant MDV micro RNA (miRNA) expression system, and thus providing a powerful tool for the functional analysis of genes in mosquito and establishing a basis for the application of viral paratransgenesis for controlling mosquito-borne diseases. We demonstrated that Aedes albopictus 1(st) instar larvae could be easily and effectively infected by introducing the virus into the water body of the larvae breeding site and that the developed rAaeDVs could be used to overexpress or knock down the expression of a specific target gene in larvae, providing a tool for the functional analysis of mosquito genes.

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#29052760   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Impact of plasmid architecture on stability and yEGFP3 reporter gene expression in a set of isomeric multicopy vectors in yeast.

Multicopy episomal plasmids in yeast, used whenever elevated levels of foreign or homologous gene expression are necessary, are known to be less stable compared to the endogenous 2-μm plasmid they are based on, at least without selective pressure. Considering that rich medium favors growth rate and, simultaneously, is less expensive than selective medium, enhancing stability in non-selective medium is extremely desirable. In this study, we changed the architecture of a multicopy model expression plasmid, creating six isoforms (same size, same DNA content but different positions and orientations of the expression block) and studied mitotic stability, copy number, as well as reporter yEGFP3 expression between isoforms. With one isoform being significantly more stable than the others and another one exhibiting elevated plasmid copy numbers in rich medium, we show that consideration of the arrangement of the plasmid elements might be crucial for productivity employing Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a host. We strongly believe that the ideal architecture has to be assessed for each case and assembly strategy has to begin by evaluating the stability of the vector backbone before insertion of the desired gene. For the plasmid set studied, yEGFP3 reporter production depends more on mitotic stability than on elevated plasmid copy numbers in a small number of cells retaining the plasmid under non-selective conditions.

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#29052517   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Constitutive expression of OsDof4, encoding a C2-C2 zinc finger transcription factor, confesses its distinct flowering effects under long- and short-day photoperiods in rice (Oryza sativa L.).

Dof (DNA binding with one finger) proteins, a class of plant-specific transcription factors which contain a conserved C2-C2-type zinc finger domain, are involved in many fundamental processes. In the Arabidopsis photoperiod response pathway, CDF (CYCLING DOF FACTOR) proteins have a primary role as acting via transcriptional repression of the direct FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) activator CONSTANS (CO). Our previous study indicated that one of CDF homologs, OsDOf12, was involved in photoperiodic flowering. However, the functional characterization of other rice CDF like genes is still in progress. Here, we characterized the function of OsDof4 in rice.

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#29051711   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Down-regulation of IFITM1 and its growth inhibitory role in cervical squamous cell carcinoma.

Cervical cancer is a major cause of death in women worldwide. Interferon-induced transmembrane protein 1 (IFITM1) is involved in antivirus defense, cell adhesion, and carcinogenesis in different tissues. However, the role of IFITM1 gene in cervical squamous cell cancer is unclear.

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MicroRNA-497 suppress osteosarcoma by targeting MAPK/Erk pathway.

The aim of this study was to study the mechanism of miRNA-497 in the apoptosis of osteosarcoma cells.

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#29050360   2017/10/20 Save this To Up

Immunomodulatory and antitumor effects of type I interferons and their application in cancer therapy.

During the last decades, the pleiotropic antitumor functions exerted by type I interferons (IFNs) have become universally acknowledged, especially their role in mediating interactions between the tumor and the immune system. Indeed, type I IFNs are now appreciated as a critical component of dendritic cell (DC) driven T cell responses to cancer. Here we focus on IFN-α and IFN-β, and their antitumor effects, impact on immune responses and their use as therapeutic agents. IFN-α/β share many properties, including activation of the JAK-STAT signaling pathway and induction of a variety of cellular phenotypes. For example, type I IFNs drive not only the high maturation status of DCs, but also have a direct impact in cytotoxic T lymphocytes, NK cell activation, induction of tumor cell death and inhibition of angiogenesis. A variety of stimuli, including some standard cancer treatments, promote the expression of endogenous IFN-α/β, which then participates as a fundamental component of immunogenic cell death. Systemic treatment with recombinant protein has been used for the treatment of melanoma. The induction of endogenous IFN-α/β has been tested, including stimulation through pattern recognition receptors. Gene therapies involving IFN-α/β have also been described. Thus, harnessing type I IFNs as an effective tool for cancer therapy continues to be studied.

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#29049808   2017/10/19 Save this To Up

Cold-inducible ribonucleic acid-binding protein attenuates acute kidney injuries after deep hypothermic circulatory arrest in rats.

Cold-inducible ribonucleic acid-binding protein (CIRP) has been identified to play a role in the antiapoptotic effect of hypothermia. We sought to investigate the renoprotection of CIRP in a rat model of deep hypothermic circulatory arrest.

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#29046446   2017/10/19 Save this To Up

Foamy Virus Vector Carries a Strong Insulator in Its Long Terminal Repeat Which Reduces Its Genotoxic Potential.

Strong viral enhancers in γ-retrovirus vectors have caused cellular proto-oncogene activation and leukemia, necessitating use of cellular promoters in 'enhancer-less' self-inactivating integrating vectors. However, cellular promoters result in relatively low transgene expression, often leading to inadequate disease correction. Vectors derived from foamy virus, a nonpathogenic retrovirus, show higher preference for non-genic integrations than γ-retroviruses/lentiviruses and preferential integration near transcriptional start sites, like γ-retroviruses. We found that strong viral enhancer/promoters placed in foamy viral vectors caused extremely low immortalization of primary mouse hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells compared to analogous γ-retrovirus/lentivirus vectors carrying the same enhancer/promoters; an effect not explained solely by foamy virus' modest insertional site preference for non-genic regions, compared to γ-retrovirus/lentivirus vectors. Using CRISPR/Cas9-mediated targeted insertion of analogous proviral sequences into the LMO2 gene and then measuring LMO2 expression, we demonstrated a sequence specific effect of foamy virus, independent of insertional bias, contributing to reduced genotoxicity. We show that this effect is mediated by a 36-bp insulator located in the foamy virus LTR that has high affinity binding for the CCCTC-binding factor. Using our LMO2 activation assay, LMO2 expression was significantly increased when this insulator was removed from foamy virus, and significantly reduced when this insulator was inserted into the lentiviral LTR. Our results elucidate a mechanism underlying the low genotoxicity of foamy virus, identify a novel insulator, and support the use of foamy virus as a vector for gene therapy, especially when strong enhancer/promoters are required.IMPORTANCE Understanding the genotoxic potential of viral vectors is important in designing safe and efficacious vectors for gene therapy. Self-inactivating vectors, devoid of viral long-terminal-repeat enhancers, have proven safe; however, transgene expression from cellular promoters is often insufficient for full phenotypic correction. Foamy virus is an attractive vector for gene therapy. We found foamy virus vectors to be remarkably less genotoxic; well below what is expected from their integration site preferences. We demonstrate that the foamy virus long-terminal-repeats contain an insulator element that binds CCCTC-binding factor and reduce its insertional genotoxicity. Our study elucidates a mechanism behind the low genotoxic potential of foamy virus, identifies a unique insulator, and supports use of foamy virus as a vector for gene therapy.

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