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The amount of bacteria used to challenge DC lines can vary depending on the aim of the experiment. It is possible to use lower bacteria:DC ratios and to extend the incubation period to 16–18 h. l) for technical support. 26 Mortellaro et al. References 1. , Ferrans, V. , Kaliner, M. , and Shevach, E. M. (1986). Dendritic cells with antigen-presenting capability reside in airway epithelium, lung parenchyma, and visceral pleura. J Exp Med 163, 436–51. 2. Nestle, F. , Zheng, X. , Thompson, C. , Turka, L.
Alternative 41 – For NOS2. 02% NaN3. – For Arginase 1. 02% NaN3 (see Note 6). 40. Incubate the membrane with the primary antibody on a roller at 4°C overnight. 41. The next day wash the membrane 2–3 times in TBS-T for 10 min. 42. Incubate the membrane with the secondary antibody. For Arginase1 and for NOS2, you need horseradish-peroxidase-conjugated antirabbit IgG diluted 1:5,000 in TBS-T. Incubate the membrane with this antibody for 1 h at RT on a roller (see Note 7). 43. Wash the membrane 2–3 times in TBS-T for 10 min.
To optimize DC growth conditions, different batches of sera should be tested prior to use. 2-μm filter. 150 150 120 120 Counts Counts A 90 60 30 90 60 30 0 0 100 101 102 CD86 103 104 100 101 102 103 MHC class II 104 100 80 80 80 60 40 60 40 20 20 0 100 Counts 100 Counts Counts B 100 101 102 CD86 103 104 0 100 60 40 20 101 102 CD40 103 104 0 100 101 102 103 104 MHC class II Fig. 2. Phenotypical maturation of BM- and spleen-derived long-term GM-CSF-dependent DCs. BM- (A) and spleenderived (B) immature DCs were stimulated with DH5α E.