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effects of reovirus infection on Balb C/3T3 cells
Mary Jo Horn
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Reoviridae is a family of have a wide host range, including vertebrates, invertebrates, plants, protists and fungi. They lack lipid envelopes and package their genomes of discrete double-stranded segments of RNA within multi-layered of a lipid envelope has allowed three-dimensional structures of these large complex viruses (diameter,∼60– nm) to be obtained (unranked): Virus. Avian reovirus infections can cause tenosynovitis and other diseases in chickens, or result in a subclinical infection. Although horizontal transmission is the main route for infection, egg transmission may occur infrequently in chickens [89,90].
Exposure of the reovirus-resistant glioblastoma cell line U MG to the baculovirus-reovirus complexes results in efficient reovirus infection, high reovirus yields, and significant reovirus Cited by: 3. RESEARCH ARTICLES CELIAC DISEASE Reovirus infection triggers inflammatory responses to dietary antigens and development of celiac disease Romain Bouziat, 1,2* Reinhard Hinterleitner, * Judy J. Brown,3,4* Jennifer E. Stencel-Baerenwald,3,4 Mine Ikizler,4,5 Toufic Mayassi,1,2 Marlies Meisel,1,2 Sangman M. Kim,1,2 Valentina Discepolo,1,6 Andrea J. Pruijssers,4,5 Jordan D. Ernest,1,2File Size: 1MB.
BALB/c (H-2 d) skin components, Meth A (H-2 d) tumor cells, and BALB/c (H-2 d) Con A blasts express the same H-2 d molecules on their surface, but the skin components or Meth A cells were resistant to CTLs, while the lymphoblasts were resistant to AIM, suggesting that the biochemical mechanisms of these cytotoxic activities might be distinct. susceptible to avian reoviruses, such as fibroblasts, lung, liver and kidney of chick embryo, and chick kidney cells. Of these, chick embryo liver cells have been found to be the most sensitive for primary isolation from clinical material (24, 52). The typical cytopathic effect of avian reoviruses is the production of syncytia. Epidemiology.
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Infection of NIH/3T3 and Balb/c/3T3 fibroblastic cell lines by Abelson virus results in stable transformation in most cases. We have observed that certain rodent cell lines, including some Balb/c/3T3 sublines, do not maintain stable transformation following infection. Studies of virus-induced biochemical and morphological changes in cells, i.e., cytopathic effects, have begun to define both viral and cellular factors involved in virus-induced cell death.
The description and definition of apoptosis as a mechanism of cell death distinct from necrosis has provided a framework for elucidating the roles of these Cited by: NIH/3T3 is a mouse fibroblast cell line; 3 the LLC-MK2 cell line was derived from kidneys of adult Rhesus monkeys. 4 Reovirus serotype 3 can infect LLC-MK2, many human tumor cell Cited by: Abstract.
Early studies on the effects of reovirus infection of mice noted the development of autoimmune disease associated with a runting syndrome (Stanley and Walters ).Infection of endocrine tissues was not initially reported, and runting was attributed directly to autoimmunity rather than to endocrine by: 1.
This Journal Full Site. Advanced Search. Log in; Register; Subscribe; Claim. mice develop insulitis with hypoinsulinemia and glucose intolerance approximately.
8 Reovirus. Fig. Mild (a and b) and severe (c and d, arrows) insulitis in mice infected with reovirus type. Xiaomei Wang.
Avian reovirus (ARV) infections characterised by severe arthritis, tenosynovitis, pericarditis, and depressed growth have become increasingly frequent in recent years. In this study.
Reovirus infections are prevalent worldwide in chickens, turkeys, and other avian species. Viral arthritis is observed primarily in meat-type chickens but can be found in lighter breeds and turkeys.
Original Article Reovirus FAST Protein Enhances Vesicular Stomatitis Virus Oncolytic Virotherapy in Primary and Metastatic Tumor Models Fabrice Le Boeuf,1,2 7Simon Gebremeskel,3 Nichole McMullen, 3Han He, Anna L.
Greenshields,4 David W. Hoskin,4 John C. Bell,1,2 Brent Johnston, 3,4 5Chungen Pan,3 and Roy Duncan 6 1Cancer Therapeutics, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, ON. Reovirus and mechanism of oncolysis. The Reoviridae family of viruses consists of six genera, three of which including rotavirus, orbivirus, and reovirus are known to infect animals and humans, while the other three are known to infect plants and insects[1,2].Inthe name reovirus was given to a virus commonly isolated from the respiratory and enteric tract that seldom caused few, if Cited by: Tyler KL () Role of immune cells in protection against and control of reovirus infection in neonatal mice.
J Virol – PubMed Google Scholar Virgin HW, Bassel Duby R, Fields BN, Tyler KL () Antibody protects against lethal infection with the neurally spreading reovirus type 3 (Dearing).Cited by: Reovirus infection at a very high MOI of 1, induced tremendous cell death in all the MGT cell lines except CTB-m (Fig.
1A).At a lower MOI of 10, three of the MGT cell lines showed more than 50% of inhibition of cell growth, but the other 4 cell lines were less by: Original Article Combination Therapy with Reovirus and ATM Inhibitor Enhances Cell Death and Virus Replication in Canine Melanoma Masaya Igase, 1Shusaku Shibutani,2 Yosuke Kurogouchi, 3Noriyuki Fujiki, Chung Chew Hwang, Matt Coffey,4 Shunsuke Noguchi,5 Yuki Nemoto,1,3 and Takuya Mizuno1,3 1Laboratory of Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutics, The United Graduate School of Veterinary.
Initial studies examined the effect of reovirus types 1 and 3 isolated from humans. Subsequently viruses were passaged in primary b-cell cultures from suckling mice. Preclinical studies with reovirus.
Hashiro et al first observed early connections with reovirus and its oncolytic properties, and found that certain tumor cells and spontaneously transformed cell lines (human and murine) have preferential susceptibility toward the cytotoxic effects of reovirus. 38 It was also noted that simian virus (SV)-transformed human embryonic lung cells (WI cells Cited by: The three monomers of the σ1 trimer are shown in red, orange, and blue.
Each monomer consists of a C-terminal The capacity of T3 reovirus to bind sialic acid influences infection of cultured cells. Both T1 and T3 reoviruses can infect L cells, a murine fibroblast cell line commonly used to propagate by: Reoviruses are one of the most important viral groups for understanding the molecular and genetic basis for viral pathogenesis.
These two volumes cover virtually all aspects of reovirus biology. Volume I begins with a review of reovirus structure; further chapters deal with functions of the reovirus structural proteins, the assembly of the.
Reoviruses grow efficiently from clinical specimens in various cell cultures, including monkey kidney cells. Reoviruses are ubiquitous agents. Strains identical serologically to the human reovirus serotypes have been recovered from a wide variety of animals, including mice, chimpanzees, dogs, cats, cattle, sheep, swine, horses, and by: 7.
Reovirus infectivity and replication in MCT cell lines. (A) Cell viability of reovirus-infected (MOI 70) canine MCT cell lines were assessed with % trypan blue at 0, 24, 48 and 72 hpi.
The levels of c-myc, c-fos, and JE mRNAs accumulate in a biphasic pattern following infection of quiescent BALB/c 3T3 mouse cells with polyomavirus.
Maximal levels of c-myc and c-fos mRNAs were seen within 1 hr and were nearly undetectable at 6 hr after infection.
Persistent Infection Ependymal Cell Vimentin Filament dsRNA Segment Reovirus Infection These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: REOVIRUSES, formerly designated as ECHO virus T 1 have been isolated from cattle, 2 chimpanzees, 1 monkeys, 3, 4 mice 5 and men, 1, 6 7 8 and "antibodies" to one or more types of reovirus Cited by: Reovirus infection of tumor cells can enhance recognition by the immune system and help prime an antitumor response.
The release of tumor-associated antigens in the context of reovirus-induced cell death can facilitate coincident innate immunity and subsequent specific .