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000061480 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1371/journal.ppat.1002014
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000061480 100__ $$aMurgia, C.
000061480 245__ $$aLung adenocarcinoma originates from retrovirus infection of proliferating type 2 pneumocytes during pulmonary post-natal development or tissue repair
000061480 260__ $$c2011
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000061480 5203_ $$aJaagsiekte sheep retrovirus (JSRV) is a unique oncogenic virus with distinctive biological properties. JSRV is the only virus causing a naturally occurring lung cancer (ovine pulmonary adenocarcinoma, OPA) and possessing a major structural protein that functions as a dominant oncoprotein. Lung cancer is the major cause of death among cancer patients. OPA can be an extremely useful animal model in order to identify the cells originating lung adenocarcinoma and to study the early events of pulmonary carcinogenesis. In this study, we demonstrated that lung adenocarcinoma in sheep originates from infection and transformation of proliferating type 2 pneumocytes (termed here lung alveolar proliferating cells, LAPCs). We excluded that OPA originates from a bronchioalveolar stem cell, or from mature post-mitotic type 2 pneumocytes or from either proliferating or non-proliferating Clara cells. We show that young animals possess abundant LAPCs and are highly susceptible to JSRV infection and transformation. On the contrary, healthy adult sheep, which are normally resistant to experimental OPA induction, exhibit a relatively low number of LAPCs and are resistant to JSRV infection of the respiratory epithelium. Importantly, induction of lung injury increased dramatically the number of LAPCs in adult sheep and rendered these animals fully susceptible to JSRV infection and transformation. Furthermore, we show that JSRV preferentially infects actively dividing cell in vitro. Overall, our study provides unique insights into pulmonary biology and carcinogenesis and suggests that JSRV and its host have reached an evolutionary equilibrium in which productive infection (and transformation) can occur only in cells that are scarce for most of the lifespan of the sheep. Our data also indicate that, at least in this model, inflammation can predispose to retroviral infection and cancer.
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000061480 590__ $$a9.127$$b2011
000061480 591__ $$aMICROBIOLOGY$$b9 / 113 = 0.08$$c2011$$dQ1$$eT1
000061480 591__ $$aVIROLOGY$$b2 / 32 = 0.062$$c2011$$dQ1$$eT1
000061480 591__ $$aPARASITOLOGY$$b2 / 34 = 0.059$$c2011$$dQ1$$eT1
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000061480 700__ $$aCaporale, M.
000061480 700__ $$aCeesay, O.
000061480 700__ $$aDi Francesco, G.
000061480 700__ $$aFerri, N.
000061480 700__ $$aVarasano, V.
000061480 700__ $$0(orcid)0000-0003-3792-287X$$aDe las Heras, M.$$uUniversidad de Zaragoza
000061480 700__ $$aPalmarini, M.
000061480 7102_ $$11009$$2773$$aUniversidad de Zaragoza$$bDepartamento de Patología Animal$$cSanidad Animal
000061480 773__ $$g7, 3 (2011), 1382-1388$$pPLoS Pathog.$$tPLoS Pathogens$$x1553-7366
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000061480 951__ $$a2017-06-12-09:39:35
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