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HFF-1

RRID:CVCL_3285

Organism

Homo sapiens

Proper Citation

ATCC Cat# SCRC-1041, RRID:CVCL_3285

Reference

PMID:18415935

Category

Finite cell line

Sex

Male

Synonyms

HFF1

Vendor

ATCC

Cat Num

SCRC-1041

Cross References

BTO; BTO:0004784 CLO; CLO_0003730 ATCC; SCRC-1041 BCRJ; 0275 BioSample; SAMN03471935 Lonza; 1293

Publications that use this research resource

Mobilization of LINE-1 retrotransposons is restricted by Tex19.1 in mouse embryonic stem cells.

  • MacLennan M
  • Elife
  • 2017 Aug 14

Literature context: from ATCC (ATCC Cat# SCRC-1041, RRID:CVCL_3285) were mitotically inactivated w


Abstract:

Mobilization of retrotransposons to new genomic locations is a significant driver of mammalian genome evolution, but these mutagenic events can also cause genetic disorders. In humans, retrotransposon mobilization is mediated primarily by proteins encoded by LINE-1 (L1) retrotransposons, which mobilize in pluripotent cells early in development. Here we show that TEX19.1, which is induced by developmentally programmed DNA hypomethylation, can directly interact with the L1-encoded protein L1-ORF1p, stimulate its polyubiquitylation and degradation, and restrict L1 mobilization. We also show that TEX19.1 likely acts, at least in part, through promoting the activity of the E3 ubiquitin ligase UBR2 towards L1-ORF1p. Moreover, loss of Tex19.1 increases L1-ORF1p levels and L1 mobilization in pluripotent mouse embryonic stem cells, implying that Tex19.1 prevents de novo retrotransposition in the pluripotent phase of the germline cycle. These data show that post-translational regulation of L1 retrotransposons plays a key role in maintaining trans-generational genome stability in mammals.

Toxoplasma gondii F-actin forms an extensive filamentous network required for material exchange and parasite maturation.

  • Periz J
  • Elife
  • 2017 Mar 21

Literature context: s (HFFs) (RRID:CVCL_3285), ATCC) we


Abstract:

Apicomplexan actin is important during the parasite's life cycle. Its polymerization kinetics are unusual, permitting only short, unstable F-actin filaments. It has not been possible to study actin in vivo and so its physiological roles have remained obscure, leading to models distinct from conventional actin behaviour. Here a modified version of the commercially available actin-chromobody was tested as a novel tool for visualising F-actin dynamics in Toxoplasma gondii. Cb labels filamentous actin structures within the parasite cytosol and labels an extensive F-actin network that connects parasites within the parasitophorous vacuole and allows vesicles to be exchanged between parasites. In the absence of actin, parasites lack a residual body and inter-parasite connections and grow in an asynchronous and disorganized manner. Collectively, these data identify new roles for actin in the intracellular phase of the parasites lytic cycle and provide a robust new tool for imaging parasitic F-actin dynamics.

Funding information:
  • European Research Council - 309255()
  • NIAID NIH HHS - R21 AI121885()