Post-Mitotic Human Dermal Fibroblasts Efficiently Support the Growth of Human Follicular Keratinocytes View Full Text


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DATE

1989-05

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Alain Limat, Thomas Hunziker, Colette Boillat, Klaus Bayreuther, Friedrich Noser

ABSTRACT

For growth at low seeding densities, keratinocytes isolated from human tissues like epidermis or hair follicles are dependent on mesenchyme-derived feeder cells such as the 3T3- cell employed so far. As an alternative method, the present study describes the use of post-mitotic human dermal fibroblasts sublethally irradiated or mitomycin C-treated. Special emphasis was put on efficient growth of primary keratinocyte cultures plated at very low seeding densities. Thus, outer root sheath cells isolated from two anagen human hair follicles and plated in a 35-mm culture dish (3-6 102 attached cells) grew to confluence within 3 weeks (6-8 105 cells). Similar results were obtained for interfollicular keratinocytes. A crucial point for the function of these fibroblast feeder cells is plating at appropriate densities, considering their tremendous increase in cell size at the post-mitotic state. Plating densities of 4-5 103/cm2 allow full spreading of the feeder cells and do not impede the settling and expansion of the keratinocytes. Major advantages of this system include easier handling and better reproducibility than using 3T3-cells. Moreover, homologous fibroblast feeders mimic more closely the physiologic situation and therefore might provide a valuable tool for studying interactions between human mesenchymal and epithelial cells. Finally, potential hazards of using transformed feeder cells from a different species in keratinocyte cultures raised for wound covering in humans could be thus avoided. More... »

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758-762

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