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Publication : International immunology

On the origin of natural IgM in immunoglobulin transgenic mice

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Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique

Published in International immunology - 01 Oct 1992

Grandien A, Coutinho A, Viale AC, Freitas A, Andersson J, Marcos M

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 1283334

Int. Immunol. 1992 Oct;4(10):1153-60

Surface transgenic IgM was expressed by > 95% of small resting splenic B cells but only by 50% of CD5+ and CD5- peritoneal B cells from the mu-transgenic mouse line M54. Transgenic male M54 were crossed with female CBA/N mice carrying the Xid defect. Offspring F1 animals carrying the transgene were analysed for the presence of transgenic and endogenous IgM expressed both in the serum as well as on the surface of splenic and peritoneal B cells. We found that the levels of serum IgM coded for by the transgene were similar in both F1 male, which lack CD5 B cells, and female transgenic mice, which have CD5 B cells. Thus, the Xid defect does not influence the expression of the transgene at the level of naturally activated plasma cells, a finding substantiated by the fact that both male and female naturally activated splenic plasma cells express the transgene at the same frequency. F1 hybrid mice, like transgenic C57BI/6 M54 mice, have naturally activated splenic plasma cells that overexpress endogenous IgM coded for by the VH gene family Q52. The data indicate that normal serum IgM is not derived from CD5+ B cells and that the serum IgM coded for by the mu-transgene from M54 is produced at normal levels even in the male F1 mouse which lacks CD5+ B cells.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1283334