JCRB1055 XP3OS(SVT)

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XP(色素性乾皮症患者)由来細胞

Cell type:human mutant cell repository from Kyoto University (View Pricing Information)

JCRB No.   JCRB1055 Cell Name   XP3OS(SVT)
Profile   SV40 transformed human fibroblast cell line from Xeroderma pigmentosum. Other Name   
Animal   human Strain   
Genus   Homo Species   sapiens
Sex    Age   
Identity   available Tissue for Primary Cancer   skin
Case history   Xeroderma pigmentosum. Metastasis   
Tissue Metastasized    Genetics   Xeroderma pigmentosum (group A) fibroblast cells(JCRB0303) transformed with ori-deficient SV40.
Life Span   infinite Crisis PDL   
Morphology   fibroblast-like Character   SV40 transformed Xeroderma pigmentosum (A) fibroblast.
Classify   transformed Established by   Tachibana,A.
Registered by   Tachibana,A. Regulation for Distribution   
Comment   Hereditary disease with high cancer risk,xeroderma pigmentosum (autosomal recessive),complementation group A, skin fibroblast. Year   2002
Medium   Alpha-MEM medium with 10% fetal calf serum. Methods for Passages   Cells are harvested after treatment with trypsin and EDTA.
Cell Number on Passage   split ratio=1/4 Race   Japanese
CO2 Conc.   5 % Tissue Sampling   skin
Tissue Type   SV40 transformed cells

Detection of virus genome fragment by Real-time PCR
Detected DNA Virus tested Detected RNA Virus not tested
CMV - parvoB19 - -/negative.
+/positive.
nt/not tested.
(positive (+) does not immediately mean the production of infectious viral particles.)
EBV - HBV -
HHV6 - HTLV-1 -
HHV7 - HTLV-2 -
BKV - HIV-1 -
JCV - HIV-2 -
ADV - HPV18 -
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Reference
Pubmed id:832273 DNA repair characteristics and skin cancers of xeroderma pigmentosum patients in Japan.
Takebe H,Miki Y,Kozuka T,Furuyama JI,Tanaka K
Cancer Res. 1977 Feb;37(2):490-5

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