MODC

AcronymDefinition
MODCMonmouth Ocean Development Council (Wall, NJ)
MODCMonocyte-Derived Dendritic Cell
MODCMarch of Dimes Canada (est. 1951; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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To differentiate monocytes into MoDC, cells were supplemented with recombinant porcine (rp) granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF, 20 ng/ml) and rp IL-4 (50ng/ml; both from R&D Systems, Minneapolis, MN, USA).
At the time of data collection, LARS had 25 muskoxen and MODC had 72.
The hallmark IL-4 moDC C-C chemokine receptor type 7 (CCR7) is equally high expressed on IL-15 EP DC and IL15/IL-15R[alpha] EP DC (Figure 1).
in Iselin, the MODC plays an important role in the region's positive business climate.
The first relative clause center-embeds (MODC), since it occurs to the left of the predicate, whereas the second one right-embeds (MODR), since it occurs to the right of the predicate.
Amongst these, ORF10 is of particular importance because its gene product is similar to the molybdate transporter protein ModC. ModE is a molybdate-dependent regulator of several operons including the molybdate transport system of modABC.
[4.] Nonstandard abbreviations: RT-PCR, reverse transcription-PCR; PSA, prostate-specific antigen; QRT-PCR, quantitative RT-PCR; IS, internal standard; modC, diaminohexanedeoxycytidine; nt, nucleotide(s); KLK1, tissue kallikrein; and KLK2, human glandular kallikrein 2.
The wild-type [CTA TAT TCA TCA TAG GAA ACA CCA AAG ATG ATA TT(modC)5] and mutation-specific [CTA TAT TCA TCA TAG GAA ACA CCA ATG ATA TT[(modC).sub.5]] targets and the allele-specific detection probes [wild-type = [(modC).sub.20] ATC ATC TTT GGT, mutation = [(modC).sub.20] TAT CAT TGG TGT] were obtained by conventional phosphoramidite synthesis on commercial supports.
Monocytes and moDC were stained for HLA-DR (clone B8.11.2, IgG2b), HLA-A2 and CD14 (both from BD Biosciences), CD206/"mannose receptor" (MR, clone D547.3, IgG1 [30]), CD209/DC-SIGN (R&D, IgG2a), and CD89 (clone 2D11, IgG1 [31]).
Diaminohexane-modified deoxycytidine phosphoramidite (modC), active lanthanide chelates, streptavidin-coated microtitration plates, DELFIA Assay Buffer, Wash Solution, and Enhancement Solution, and a DELFIA Plateshake, Platewash, Plate Dispense, and 1234 Research Fluorometer were from Wallac Oy (Turku, Finland).
Nonclassical DCs can be further divided into three major subsets: plasmacytoid DCs (pDCs), monocyte-derived DCs (moDCs), and Langerhans cells (LCs) [24].