Subject Area物理化学
Cell locomotion in archaeocyte-dominant cell population (ADCP)primmorphculture ofmarine sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis
Cao XP(曹旭鹏); Zhang W(张卫)
Conference Name13th International Biotechnology Symposium and Exhibition
Conference Date2008-10-12
Conference Place中国
Funding Organization中国科学院,中国工程院,中国教育部,中国科技部,中国国家发改委
AbstractThe archaeocyte-dominant cell population (ADCP) primmorphs (Zhang et al., 2003) is a new sponge cell culture system and possible to develop into a continuous sponge cell line. However, the archeaocytes’ division, differentiation and development have not yet been clear.We use real-time video cinemicrography technique to document the cell locomotion continuously upto 90 days in the ADCP cultures of marine sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis. Locomotion of three typical cell types, archeaocytes for mesohyl cells, pinacocytes for surface cells and spicule-associated cells,were monitored and analyzed during the culture process including the inoculation of dissociated cells and the formation stage of functional primmorphs. We observed the unique particle transfer process between archaeocytes, the fluctuation spreading over cells and the production of silica spicules and the active transfer of spicules by sponge cells. A tentative model of material transfer and the coordinated locomotion of sponge cells were proposed.
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorZhang W(张卫)
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Cao XP,Zhang W. Cell locomotion in archaeocyte-dominant cell population (ADCP)primmorphculture ofmarine sponge Hymeniacidon perlevis[C],2008:S548/2.
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