Comprehensive comparative and semiquantitative proteome of a very low number of native and matched epstein-barr-virus-transformed B lymphocytes infiltrating human melanoma

Abstract : Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is highly immunogenic and frequently infiltrated with immune cells including B cells. The role of tumor-infiltrating B cells (TIBCs) in melanoma is as yet unresolved, possibly due to technical challenges in obtaining TIBCs in sufficient quantity for extensive studies and due to the limited life span of B cells in vitro. A comprehensive workflow has thus been developed for successful isolation and proteomic analysis of a low number of TIBCs from fresh, human melanoma tissue. In addition, we generated in vitro-proliferating TIBC cultures using simultaneous stimulation with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and the TLR9 ligand CpG-oligodesoxynucleotide (CpG ODN). The FASP method and iTRAQ labeling were utilized to obtain a comparative, semiquantitative proteome to assess EBV-induced changes in TIBCs. By using as few as 100 000 B cells ( approximately 5 mug protein)/sample for our proteomic study, a total number of 6507 proteins were identified. EBV-induced changes in TIBCs are similar to those already reported for peripheral B cells and largely involve changes in cell cycle proliferation, apoptosis, and interferon response, while most of the proteins were not significantly altered. This study provides an essential, further step toward detailed characterization of TIBCs including functional in vitro analysis.
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M. Maurer, A. C. Muller, K. Parapatics, W. F. Pickl, C. Wagner, et al.. Comprehensive comparative and semiquantitative proteome of a very low number of native and matched epstein-barr-virus-transformed B lymphocytes infiltrating human melanoma. Journal of Proteome Research, American Chemical Society, 2014, 13, pp.2830--45. ⟨10.1021/pr401270y⟩. ⟨hal-02168076⟩

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