Glycoproteins of 210,000 and 130,000 M.W. on activated T cells: Cell distribution and antigenic relation to components on resting cells and T cell lines

M. E. Hemler, F. Sanchez-Madrid, Thomas J Flotte

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A glycoprotein complex of 210,000 and 130,000 m.w., found on mitogen or alloantigen-stimulated human T cells and not on other hematopoietic cells, has been defined by a monoclonal antibody (Mab). The components of this complex are a subset of a larger family of proteins (210,000, 165,000 and 130,000 m.w.) defined by a second Mab. In a panel of hematopoietic cell lines and cell types, only activated T cells (including the cell line HUT-102) express the 210,000/130,000 complex and these cells also express the IL 2 receptor, a characteristic marker for activated T cells. The 210,000/130,000 m.w. complex (reactive with the Mab TS2/7) is present on all long-term activated T cells, including both the OKT4 and OKT8 subsets. The 210,000 m.w. subunit is expressed only on activated T cells. Other lymphoid cells express either the 130,000 m.w. subunit alone (unactivated lymphocytes, thymocytes, HUT-78) or the 130,000 subunit together with a 165,000 subunit (MOLT-4, HSB, and other leukemic T cell lines). The 210,000/130,000 m.w., 165,000/130,000 m.w. and 130,000 m.w. complexes are antigenically related in that all share reactivity with the Mab A-1A5. Among non-lymphoid hematopoietic cells and cell lines, none express the 210,000 m.w. chain; adherent cells (monocytes) and myeloid cell lines each express single proteins of 130,000 to 155,000 m.w. Granulocytes and red blood cells are negative and platelets express multiple bands (165,000 and 140,000 m.w.). Immunoperoxidase staining of tissue sections showed that a broad range of tissues and cell types had material cross-reactive with the lymphoid 130,000 m.w. protein. However, only a discrete subset of those tissues and cells including blood vessel walls, connective tissue, smooth muscle, kidney mesangial cells, and some non-cellular matrix tissue, had material cross-reactive with the 210,000 m.w. protein on activated T lymphocytes.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)3011-3018
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Immunology
Volume132
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Glycoproteins
T-Lymphocytes
Cell Line
Monoclonal Antibodies
Proteins
Lymphocytes
Mesangial Cells
Isoantigens
Interleukin-2 Receptors
Myeloid Cells
Thymocytes
Mitogens
Granulocytes
Connective Tissue
Smooth Muscle
Blood Vessels
Monocytes
Blood Platelets
Erythrocytes
Staining and Labeling

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Glycoproteins of 210,000 and 130,000 M.W. on activated T cells : Cell distribution and antigenic relation to components on resting cells and T cell lines. / Hemler, M. E.; Sanchez-Madrid, F.; Flotte, Thomas J.

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