Use Of Oxidised Lipoproteins For Differentiation Of Precursor Cells Into Mature Dendritic Cells

  • Published: May 8, 2003
  • Earliest Priority: Jul 09 2001
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Abstract

The invention concerns the use of at least a fraction of oxidised (VLDL oxidised and/or IDL oxidised and/or LDL oxidised) lipoproteins for differentiating precursor cells into mature dendritic cells. The precursor cells are preferably monocytes. The invention also concerns a method for differentiating precursor cells into mature dendritic cells which consists in placing the precursor cells in a medium suitable for their differentiation and adding to said medium, in a predetermined amount, at least a fraction of oxidised lipoproteins selected among VLDL oxidised or IDL oxidised n or LDL oxidised lipoproteins. The precursor cells are preferably monocytes.


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  • Publication: May 8, 2003
  • Application: Jul 8, 2002
    WO FR 0202390 W
  • Priority: Jul 9, 2001
    FR FR 0109103 A

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