Profiling blood lymphocytes reactivity against cancer cells

In vitro trogocytosis of PKH67-stained cancer cells as a measure of their interactions with bulks of PBMC from patients. This profiling give the quantification of specific interactions of different subsets from PBMC with different cancer cells.

Interest / Relevance: This profiling provides interaction signatures for the immunomonitoring of cancers in case of cancer patients for example to adress the level of their immune system reactivity at diagnostic and/or during therapeutic treatment.
Keywords: immune reactivity , trogocytosis , immunomonitoring , interactions
Scientist's name: Mary POUPOT
Jean-Jacques FOURNIE,Frédéric PONT
M. Poupot F. Pont and J.J. Fournié. 2005. Profiling blood lymphocyte interactions with cancer cells uncovers the innate reactivity of human gd T cells to anaplastic large cell lymphoma. Journal of Immunology 174(3): 1717-22.



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Equipment available: This method require a flow cytometer with at least two lasers and at best three lasers.
Samples/Models available: null
Rare disease: No
Last update: 12/06/2024

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