A genetic analysis of natural resistance to nonsyngeneic cells: The role of H-2 View Full Text


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1984-09

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George A. Carlson, Benjamin A. Taylor, Susan T. Marshall, Arnold H. Greenberg

ABSTRACT

The genetic control of natural resistance in vivo to four natural killer (NK) cell-resistant H-2 homozygous lymphoid tumor cell lines was investigated by following the survival and organ distribution of cells prelabeled with radioactive iododeoxyuridine. Backcross mice derived from DBA/2J and CBA/J parents were injected with H-2dtumor cells and tumor cell elimination was lowest in H-2dhomozygotes. Natural killer cell activity was also reduced in mice with the H-2dhaplotype, but no direct correlation between NK cell levels against YAC-1 or SL2-5 lymphoma cells and natural resistance in vivo was demonstrable. Analysis of 23 BXD recombinant inbred strains indicated that natural resistance to H-2dtumors was restricted to H-2bstrains. There was no direct association of NK cell activity with H-2 type in the BXD strains and NK cell levels did not correlate with tumor survival in vivo. By comparing natural resistance to H-2dand H-2btumors in DBA/2, C57BL/6, B6D2F1, and B10.D2 mice we found that H-2 nonidentity between the tumor and the host, rather than the host H-2 haplotype, determined whether natural resistance occurred. Again, NK cell activity against YAC-1 cells was not predictive of tumor survival in these strains. These results provide genetic evidence that NK cells alone cannot account for natural resistance to H-2 nonidentical cells of hemopoietic origin. More... »

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287-300

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