Expression of proliferation-associated antigens (PCNA, P120, P145) during the reentry of G0 cells into the cell cycle

W. E. Bolton, J. W. Freeman, W. R. Mikulka, C. G. Healy, R. J. Schmittling, Norma S Kenyon

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Abstract

Flow cytometric bivariate analysis was used to evaluate the expression of PCNA, p120, and p145 during the G0 reentry of CHO-K1 cells into the cell cycle. CHO-K1 cells were placed in a G0-like state using serum depletion and stimulated to reenter the cell cycle by replating into fresh, serum-containing medium. At discrete intervals after stimulation, replicate samples were stained for either PCNA, p120, or 145; stained for DNA (Coulter DNA-Prep); evaluated on the EPICS Profile I; and analyzed on the EPICS ELITE work-station. PCNA stained less than 10% of the Go cells; in contrast, however, 30-35% of the G0 cells were positive for p120 and p145. Eight hours after stimulating G0 cells to reenter the cell cycle (during G0/G1), p120 reached 88% positivity, while p145 and PCNA were 63% and 30% positive, respectively. Cells in S phase (12 and 16 h following G0 stimulation) were greater than 90% positive for all three antigens. PCNA had the greatest change throughout the G0 reentry process, both in percentage positive and quantitatively (mean channel fluorescence). This report indicates that all three proliferation-associated antigens studied are differentially expressed during the reentry of Go cells into the cell cycle. Furthermore, these antigens may be useful in the early detection of G0 recruitment.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)66-74
Number of pages9
JournalCytometry
Volume17
Issue number1
StatePublished - Sep 8 1994

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Cell Cycle
Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen
Antigens
CHO Cells
DNA
Serum
S Phase
Fluorescence
proliferating cell nuclear antigen p145

Keywords

  • Cell kinetics
  • G
  • p120
  • p145
  • PCNA
  • Proliferation

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Hematology
  • Cell Biology
  • Pathology and Forensic Medicine
  • Biophysics
  • Endocrinology

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Bolton, W. E., Freeman, J. W., Mikulka, W. R., Healy, C. G., Schmittling, R. J., & Kenyon, N. S. (1994). Expression of proliferation-associated antigens (PCNA, P120, P145) during the reentry of G0 cells into the cell cycle. Cytometry, 17(1), 66-74.

Expression of proliferation-associated antigens (PCNA, P120, P145) during the reentry of G0 cells into the cell cycle. / Bolton, W. E.; Freeman, J. W.; Mikulka, W. R.; Healy, C. G.; Schmittling, R. J.; Kenyon, Norma S.

In: Cytometry, Vol. 17, No. 1, 08.09.1994, p. 66-74.

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Bolton, WE, Freeman, JW, Mikulka, WR, Healy, CG, Schmittling, RJ & Kenyon, NS 1994, 'Expression of proliferation-associated antigens (PCNA, P120, P145) during the reentry of G0 cells into the cell cycle', Cytometry, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 66-74.
Bolton, W. E. ; Freeman, J. W. ; Mikulka, W. R. ; Healy, C. G. ; Schmittling, R. J. ; Kenyon, Norma S. / Expression of proliferation-associated antigens (PCNA, P120, P145) during the reentry of G0 cells into the cell cycle. In: Cytometry. 1994 ; Vol. 17, No. 1. pp. 66-74.
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