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MOHITO, a novel mouse cytokine-dependent T-cell line, enables studies of oncogenic signaling in the T-cell context.

Kleppe, Maria; Mentens, Nicole; Tousseyn, Thomas; Wlodarska, Iwona; Cools, Jan.
Haematologica; 96(5): 779-83, 2011 May.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-21193420
The mouse pro-B cell line Ba/F3 has gained major interest as a model system to investigate oncogenic tyrosine kinases and to determine the efficacy of kinase inhibitors. While Ba/F3 cells are suitable to study oncogenic kinases derived from various cell types, the signaling networks in Ba/F3 cells are B-cell specific. We have established a mouse CD4+CD8+ double positive T-cell line (named MOHITO, for MOuse Hematopoietic Interleukin-dependent cell line of T-cell Origin) that has many features of human T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (Notch1 and Jak1 mutation, TCR rearrangement) and is dependent on interleukin-7. The MOHITO cell line can be transformed to cytokine independent proliferation by BCR-ABL1 or mutant JAK1. This mouse T-cell line is a novel model system to investigate protein signaling and inhibition in a T-cell specific context and is a valuable tool to study and verify oncogenic capacity of mutations in the kinome and phosphatome in T-cell malignancies.
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