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Purification of Pig Muscle Stem Cells Using Magnetic-Activated Cell Sorting (MACS) Based on the Expression of Cluster of Differentiation 29 (CD29)

한국축산식품학회지 2020년 40권 5호 p.852 ~ 859
최광환, 김민수, 윤지원, 정진솔, 류민경, 조철훈, 이창규,
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최광환 ( Choi Kwang-Hwan ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
김민수 ( Kim Min-Su ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
윤지원 ( Yoon Ji-Won ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
정진솔 ( Jeong Jin-Sol ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
류민경 ( Ryu Min-Kyung ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
조철훈 ( Jo Cheo-Run ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology
이창규 ( Lee Chang-Kyu ) - Seoul National University Department of Agricultural Biotechnology

Abstract


The muscle stem cells of domestic animals are of interest to researchers in the food and biotechnology industries for the production of cultured meat. For producing cultured meat, it is crucial for muscle stem cells to be efficiently isolated and stably maintained in vitro on a large scale. In the present study, we aimed to optimize the method for the enrichment of pig muscle stem cells using a magnetic-activated cell sorting (MACS) system. Pig muscle stem cells were collected from the biceps femoris muscles of 14 d-old pigs of three breeds [Landrace×Yorkshire×Duroc (LYD), Berkshire, and Korean native pigs] and cultured in skeletal muscle growth medium-2 (SkGM-2) supplemented with epidermal growth factor (EGF), dexamethasone, and a p38 inhibitor (SB203580). Approximately 30% of total cultured cells were nonmyogenic cells in the absence of purification in our system, as determined by immunostaining for cluster of differentiation 56 (CD56) and CD29, which are known markers of muscle stem cells. Interestingly, following MACS isolation using the CD29 antibody, the proportion of CD56+/CD29+ muscle stem cells was significantly increased (91.5±2.40%), and the proportion of CD56 single-positive nonmyogenic cells was dramatically decreased. Furthermore, we verified that this method worked well for purifying muscle stem cells in the three pig breeds. Accordingly, we found that CD29 is a valuable candidate among the various marker genes for the isolation of pig muscle stem cells and developed a simple sorting method based on a single antibody to this protein.

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pig; muscle stem cells; purification; magnetic-activated cell sorting (MACS); cluster of differentiation 29 (CD29)

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