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Publication Detail
B cell response to surface IgM cross-linking identifies different prognostic groups of B-chronic lymphocytic lekaemia patients
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Article
  • Authors:
    Nedellec S, Renaudineau Y, Bordon A, Berthou C, Porakishvilli N, Lydyard PM, Jacques-Olivier P, Yoiunou P
  • Publication date:
    03/2005
  • Pagination:
    3749, 3756
  • Journal:
    The Journal of Immunology
  • Volume:
    174
  • Issue:
    6
  • Print ISSN:
    0022-1767
  • Notes:
    Imported via OAI, 16:54:26 4th May 2005
Abstract
On the basis of responses to surface IgM (sIgM) cross-linking, B cells from 41 patients with B-chronic lymphocytic leukemia were categorized as 15 nonresponders (group I) and 26 responders (group II). The latter cases were subclassified as those seven where proliferation was induced (subgroup IIa) and the remaining 19 in whom apoptosis occurred (subgroup IIa). Signal disruption in group I was confirmed by the absence of Ca2+ mobilization. Activation of PI3K was constitutive in subgroup IIa, but not in subgroup IIb, and that of Akt induced by anti-ยต in subgroup IIa, but not in subgroup IIb. Among the MAPK, ERK was more highly activated relative to p38 in subgroup IIa, whereas activation of p38 predominated over that of ERK in subgroup IIb. For subgroup IIb cells, based on tyrosine phosphorylation and translocation into lipid rafts, sIgM signaling was shown to be enhanced by Zap70. The different consequences of signaling through sIgM were associated with biological prognosis indicators. These included high levels of CD38, lack of mutations in the IgVH chain genes, preferential usage of full-length CD79b, and severe clinical stage. Thus, modification of sIgM-induced signaling could be a therapeutic approach.
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