The establishment of continuous lymphoblastoid suspension cell cultures from hematopoietic organs of baboon (Papio hamadryas) with malignant lymphoma.

  title={The establishment of continuous lymphoblastoid suspension cell cultures from hematopoietic organs of baboon (Papio hamadryas) with malignant lymphoma.},
  author={Viola Agrba and Lelita A. Yakovleva and Boris A Lapin and I A Sangulija and V. V. Timanovskaya and D S Markarjan and G N Chuvirov and E A Salmanova},
  journal={Experimentelle Pathologie},
  volume={10 5-6},

Establishment of a B‐Lymphoblastoid Cell Line Infected with Epstein‐Barr‐Related Virus From a Cynomolgus Monkey (Macaca fascicularis)

A B‐lymphoblastoid cell line (Ts‐B) was established from lymph nodes of an apparently healthy cynomolgus monkey. The cells were demonstrated to contain Epstein‐Barr virus‐related antigens. Moreover,

Establishment and characteristics of an interleukin-2-dependent stlv-1-producing lymphoid cell line, SPH-7(T), obtained fromPatio hamadryas with malignant lymphoma

An interleukin-2-dependent T- cell line, SPH7(T), was established by culturing the splenocytes of an adult female P. hamadryas that had died of T-cell lymphoma and the C-type T-lymphotropic simian retrovirus was found along with the lymphotropic herpes virus.

A review of Herpesvirus papio, a B-lymphotropic virus of baboons related to EBV.

  • L. Falk
  • Biology
    Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases
  • 1979

Characterization of a Tree Shrew Herpesvirus Isolated from a Lymphosarcoma

An extensive host range study revealed the Tupaia embryonic fibroblasts are the cells of choice for the efficient propagation of THV-2 and the restriction endonuclease EcoRI resulted in DNA fragments which were different from those of HSV-1 DNA and distinguishable from the DNA of THv-1.



Studies of burkitt lymphoma cells. I. Establishment of a cell line (B35M) and its characteristics

A line of Burkitt lymphoma cells derived from a patient in Kenya, Africa, has been established in vitro and consists of primitive lymphoblasts, which harbor virus‐like particles that are indistinguishable by electron microscopy from those found in other lines of BurkITT lymphoma cell but attempts to identify the particles have been unsuccessful.

Herpes-Type Virus and Chromosome Marker in Normal Leukocytes after Growth with Irradiated Burkitt Cells

Herpes-type viral antigen and C-group chromosomal marker previously described in cultured Burkitt cells were found in all of the female cell cultures that were obtained.

Virus containing lymphocyte cultures from cancer patients.

Seven continuous cell cultures were established from 45 lymphoid tissue specimens from 43 cancer patients and electron microscopic examination revealed herpesvirus-like particles in all the established cell lines and in one cell line that was maintained for only 1 month.

Culture of human leukemia cells

Cytological studies revealed that all of the cell lines have a normal diploid karyotype with few aberrant cells, and none of the cultured cells derived from chronic myelocytic leukemia retained the Ph chromosome.

C-type virus associated with gibbon lymphosarcoma.

Electron microscopy revealed C-type particles identical to those observed in vitro in sections from lymph nodes, liver, spleen and bone marrow in cases of leukaemia.

Replication of Herpes-Type Virus in a Burkitt Lymphoma Cell Line

Replication of the herpes-type virus in the P3HR-1 Burkitt lymphoma cell line was studied and an apparent growth curve of the virus was constructed.

Immunofluorescence and Herpes-Type Virus Particles in the P3HR-1 Burkitt Lymphoma Cell Line

The hypothesis that the immunofluorescent antigen is related to the presence of the herpes-type virus particle in the cells is strongly supported.

Pilot experiments with EB virus in owl monkeys (aotus trivirgatus). II. EB virus in a cell line from an animal with reticuloproliferative disease

The continuous growth of the monkey cells, the presence in them of EB virus, and the possible relationship of the virus to the original reticuloproliferative disease of the inoculated monkey, are considered and discussed.

Malignant lymphoma in cottontop marmosets after inoculation with Epstein-Barr virus.

The results imply that Epstein-Barr virus is capable of inducing malignant lymphoma in at least one primate species, and additional evidence is required before its oncogenic capacity in this host can be accepted without reservation.

Chromosomal banding patterns and in vitro transformation of Syrian hamster cells.

Analysis of bands verified the occurrence of identical banding patterns in the marker chromosomes of transformed lines and tumor-derived cultures, thus providing unequivocal evidence that the fibrosarcomas were produced by the cells that were transformed in vitro and making it possible to recognize 10 marker chromosomes and their origin.