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Donor dendritic cells-mediated recipient lymphocyte reaction after living related kidney transplantation / 中华器官移植杂志
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-384390
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ABSTRACT
Objective To explore the feasibility of mediating recipient lymphocyte reaction with donor dendritic cells (DCs) in renal allograft recipients. Methods Donor bone marrow monocytes (BMMCs) were isolated and cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen before kidney transplantation. At 0 day, 1month,3 month, 6 month and 9 month post-operation, CD34+ cells which were isolated from frozen BMMCs and cultured into DCs as well as the peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBLs) of donors were used as the stimulating cells to the PBLs of recipients and healthy volunteers. The number of viable DCs from frozen- and room temperature-preserved BMMCs was counted and the reactions of recipients'and healthy volunteers' lymphocytes to DCs and donor PBLs were measured. Results 6. 8 × 107BMMCs were isolated from each 10 ml of donor bone marrow on average while (4. 10 ± 0. 58) × 105CD34+ cells were isolated by magnetic active cell sorting (MACS). There was no significant difference in the isolating rate of recovered CD34+ cells at each observation point postoperatively. The percentage of viable BMMCs and CD34+ was decreased significantly at 1 month after surgery, then, decreased slowly and progressively. The decreasing rate of BMMCs was higher than CD34+. The rate of viable DCs was maintained stable (93. 2%-94. 8% ) in each group. The reactions of recipients' and healthy volunteers' lymphocytes to DCs were stronger than those to donor PBLs (P<0. 05). The reactions of healthy volunteers' lymphocytes to DCs were maintained stable while those of recipients' were fluctuating. Conclusion Bone marrow-derived DCs are superior to PBLs in mediating long-term lymphocyte reaction after kidney transplantation due to their stable viability and stimulating ability to lymphocytes. Only once collection of a small quality of bone marrow of donors is needed to meet the demand of immune monitoring at any time after transplantation.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Organ Transplantation Year: 2011 Type: Article

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Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: Chinese Journal of Organ Transplantation Year: 2011 Type: Article